November 2005 - Ready, Set, SQL!
New BI and development tools, plus peak performance, equals partner opportunity as Microsoft's long-awaited database debuts. Plus: Blueprint for success, 7 keys to selling more upgrades and much more.
NetSupport Manager gives you easy remote control access, plus a few other bells and whistles.
BootBack's snapshot images help you keep systems running despite fatal crashes or other interruptions.
The catch: You must be enrolled in an IT Academy. Also, exam retakes to be revived for IT Academy students.
Microsoft Learning releases training tools to coincide with launch of the company's relational database and software development suites.
Registration has opened for beta versions of exams required for MCTS and MCPD certifications.
Microsoft partners rally to raise donations and keep businesses afloat, while Microsoft also chips in.
From the business wires this week: hosting solutions and other tools for SQL Server 2005.
Microsoft aims to leverage synergies between its partner and small business divisions.
From the business wires: a patch management system, remote management tools and software that prevents online fraud.
A Q&A with Peter Ells, business development manager for Software ONE.
Microsoft revises Partner Competency, splitting it into two tracks for technical implementers and security management partners.
From the business wires this week: an event log monitoring tool, Active Directory troubleshooting tool, code generator for .NET and a hacking contest.