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More Microsoft Partner Network Details at WPC Next Week

The threat of raised pitchforks from Microsoft's Partner community has the company reconsidering a few changes that Redmond editor-at-large Jeffrey Schwartz reported on this week. Specifically, there's this double-dipping issue that might affect some of Microsoft’s smaller partners, which number in the thousands, as the company transitions to the MPN. We'll know for sure next week when more details will be released during the Worldwide Partner Conference. (Keep up with WPC 2010 news  here in this newsletter and at this link on the RCPmag.com site.
--By Michael Domingo

Posted by Michael Domingo on 07/09/2010 at 1:18 PM


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