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They love me, they love me not: mixed feelings from the channel on Windows 10

Channel execs split on their opinion of Windows 10

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Microsoft to take the wraps off Windows 9 on 30 September

Microsoft expected to talk up business benefits of Windows 9

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Microsoft Rebranding Underpins Need to Polish Windows Image

Microsoft announces rebranding overhaul

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Windows 8 On The Up As XP Share Slides

Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 combined share up almost one point compared with July last month

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Windows 9 Launch Set For September - Reports

Microsoft developers could get their hands on Windows 9 first

Ballmer Out: Ex-CEO Steps Down From Microsoft Board

Former chief Ballmer quits Microsoft board in letter to successor

Users Snub Windows 8 as XP Share Slumps

Global desktop share for both Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 shrinks on last month

Are Microsoft Job Cuts Imminent?

According to various sources Microsoft is set to make its biggest round of job cuts in five years

'Nothing Off The Table' As Nadella Moves to Modernize Microsoft

New CEO pledges to streamline company as major restructure looms

'Nothing Off The Table' As Nadella Moves to Modernize Microsoft

New CEO pledges to streamline company as major restructure looms

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Microsoft Getting Healthy, Thanks to Consumers

Is it time to take the software giant off the watch list of tech companies in distress, at least on the consumer side, asks Larry Walsh

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Vendor Q&A Series: John Murdock, Kaspersky Lab

The latest executive to sit in the channelnomics hotseat is John Murdock, Vice President, Channel Sales, Kaspersky Lab North America

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An amicable split?

Where will HP and Symantec's conclusion that the sum of their parts is greater than the whole leave partners?

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Suspicious minds in the post-Snowden world

Investment in new technologies being avoided with security experts wary of cloud and new technologies post-Snowden