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Microsoft adds free MDM offerings to Office 365

Vendor announces built-ins for channel device security

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Office 365 concerns creating Microsoft 'haters'

Partner shares MSP worries over cloud focus, making profits

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Channelnomics' top five stories of the week - 27 March 2015

Check out which articles grabbed the most attention this week

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Microsoft, SkyKick make long-term Office 365 channel play

Microsoft and SkyKick launch a strategy to get — and keep — partners on the cloud-based productivity platform

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Microsoft, Samsung announce Office 365 mobile offerings

Samsung offering 3 versions of Office 365 on channel devices

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GoDaddy: Distributors can avoid the heavy lifting on Office 365

Web-hoster claims AppDirect program makes Office 365 distribution easier

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Partner: SMB cloud needs often miscalculated

New SoftWatch offerings aim to give resellers info on SMB cloud needs

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Microsoft poor customer service carried by AppRiver partnership

Partners tell Channelnomics balance works well

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McAfee: Cloud-based email opens doors for partners

Exec talks security opportunities presented by services like Office 365

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Dell releases cloud access manager

Giant claims product gives better control of web-based apps

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With UCC, it’s a small world after all

Rapidly emerging technology set is presenting businesses with inventive ways to cut the cord, communicate and collaborate

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What’s in a name? IoT is more about apps and data than things

What's connected to the IoT is one thing, but leveraging the data you get from those 'things' is key

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Vendor Q&A Series: Marco La Vecchia, AVG Technologies

The latest channel exec to sit in the Channelnomics hotseat is AVG's VP of channel sales

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Prevention vs. cure: Dealing with security breaches

U.S.Secret Service agent says focus needs to shift from prevention to incident identification