Office 365
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Microsoft incentivizes partners on Office 365 for SMBs

Microsoft partner discusses Google Apps limitations

Cloud computing

Microsoft proves 'unlimited' cloud is a bad thing

The vendor has reneged on its ‘unlimited’ offer, and customers are pushing back - further evidence that setting unreasonable expectations is a risky business

Tightrope

Cavalier customer attitude to cloud spells problem for MSPs

Customers struggling to grasp cloud's limitations

Partners on globe

Microsoft, Lenovo make channel pleas

Microsoft talks up cloud, Lenovo boasts of diversity at Tech Data's TechSelect

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Data security being overlooked in rush to cloud

Clients still putting cost above security

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MSPs must focus on referrals and retention

Higher client expectations mean value needs to be demonstrated

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Compliance, Office 365 needs call for partner assistance

Lack of clarity points to channel opportunity

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Editor's voice: The week's channel chatter - 17 July 2015

What's been happening this week on Channelnomics?

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Lack of Office 365 understanding a challenge for SMB migration

Partners discuss obstacles in getting SMBs comfortable moving to Microsoft cloud offering

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Office 365 two-tier distribution enhances support but with potential for costly changes

AppRiver and partners discuss advantages, disadvantages of Microsoft Office 365 two-tier distribution model

In-depth
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Vendor Q&A Series: Paul Zeiter, Zerto

The latest channel exec to sit in the new-look Channelnomics hotseat is Zerto's president

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Channelnomics' top five stories of the week - 12 February 2016

Check out which articles grabbed the most attention this week

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PSA pricing isn’t the big ill of managed services

Kaseya bought PSA vendor Vorex, saying the incumbent platforms are too expensive for too little benefit. Pricing isn’t as much of a problem as effective use of these systems and lack of business fundamentals

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Why VARs choose the wrong vendors

With the wrong vendor come various pitfalls for solution providers, says Progress Software's Kim King