Redmond lifts the curtain on Office 2010, and partners Imason and Envision IT outline their go to market plans for the productivity suite
A multinational software corporation headquartered in Redmond, Washington that develops, manufactures, licenses, and supports a wide range of products and services related to computing, including Windows and Office. Microsoft is the world’s largest software maker measured by revenues.
Microsoft says its next-generation OS builds on advances made in Vista to offer more power management tools and savings
The vendor has data that says sticking with older PCs will actually cost SMBs money, and it wants to arm resellers with the facts
Phil Sorgen leaves for a new job at Microsoft headquarters
While Cisco sees channel conflict in HP and Microsoft’s unified communications alliance, the two vendors insist their channel commitment remains rock-solid
The vendor identifies the channel opportunity with the new OS, and one channel partner explains why he’s psyched for the Vista follow-up
The vendor’s latest Security Intelligence Report shows fake security software is a rising threat
Solution provider ITnorth.ca faced unique challenges bringing a world class IT infrastructure to a Northern BC municipality
A myriad of patent and licensing agreements make any merger discussions a complex affair.
Microsoft next-generation OS is coming, and the time for the channel to get its clients ready is now
Dell, Fujitsu and HP are among the vendors preparing for Windows 7, Microsoft’s next generation OS
Free Citrix XenServer offering, and Citrix Essentials for Microsoft Hyper-V, aim to attract more users
Looking to help partners close deals in a challenging economy, Microsoft and HP are offering zero per cent financing to entice customers
The software giant plans to get into the retail business with storefronts it promises will transform the PC and Microsoft buying experience
Cost and time savings are among the benefits to utilizing this software, says Microsoft executive