Rich was in our nation’s capital for Microsoft’s Inspire partner conference this week, and he’s got lots (and lots and lots…) to say about the sweeping changes Microsoft has made to its sales and partner organizations, not to mention the new Microsoft 365 software-as-a-service suite. And in case that’s not enough Microsoft chatter for you, you’ll also hear two top executives from cloud-based workflow automation vendor (and big-league Azure partner) Nintex provide an insider’s perspective on the importance of Microsoft’s new Azure partner co-sales initiative.
There’s more too, including a look at a story from ChannelPro’s July issue in which Joshua Liberman, of solution provider Net Sciences Inc., provides a detailed, step-by-step recipe for building an on-premises private cloud like the one he constructed for a client, and a trip to Matt’s tech museum to see something called “DOS,” whatever that is, that resides on something called “floppy disks,” whatever those are.
And yes, it's true: your hosts just like to pretend they're too young to remember that stuff.
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Episode #: 052
Title: Mr. Rich Goes to Washington
File size: 41.4MB
Regulars: Rich Freeman - Senior News Editor, Matt Whitlock - Technology Editor
Topics and Related Links Mentioned:
- Microsoft Launches New Unified Partner Organization
- Microsoft Outlines Dramatically Revamped Sales and Partner Strategy
- Microsoft Admits Past Mistakes as a Partner and Describes Future Corrections
- Microsoft Introduces New Bundled Online Productivity, Management, and Security Solution
- Tech Data Integrates Microsoft 365 with its Small Business Cloud Server
- ‘Premises Cloud’ Networking for SMBs
- Where's Joel?
- Matt's Museum Pick: DOS 6.22
- Rich's ICYMI preview