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Partner politics for Microsoft

At its Worldwide Partner Conference, the software giant will be working on its conflict resolution skills as it faces a new world order.

At its Worldwide Partner Conference in Denver, Microsoft will be working on its conflict resolution skills as it faces a new world order.

COO: We're still figuring out Software Plus Services

Kevin Turner tells partners the software maker is still working through just what its services strategy is all about.
July 12, 2007

Once ethereal, Microsoft's plans to try to replicate its desktop position on the Web are starting to gain some substance.
July 12, 2007

Surface PC still beyond developers' reach

Partners will get a look at the touch-based device, but Microsoft is still mulling how to open it up to outside developers.
July 11, 2007

An ad-supported or online version of the company's profitable software isn't coming soon, but software giant is thinking about options.
July 11, 2007

Microsoft chief provides a few more details on company's effort to build a set of services in the Internet cloud.
July 10, 2007

The software maker says the time has come to offer business software in versions that are both hosted and not hosted.
July 10, 2007

Windows Server 2008 launch set for February

Microsoft announces at its partner conference that its new server operating system won't have a formal launch until a February event in Los Angeles.
July 10, 2007

Pricing set for hosted CRM

Software maker details pricing for "Live" version of CRM software, as well as more information on the cut partners will get for selling it.
July 10, 2007

Aim is to develop government-wide architecture to protect and share sensitive government information.
July 10, 2007

Microsoft slammed as partner event kicks off

Local newspaper greets Redmond and partners with a story focusing on the company's woes as it tries to broaden beyond traditional software.
July 10, 2007