Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Google reseller guide / Upgrading to Exchange Server '10

August 26, 2009 Published by

Systems Channel Advisor
Google reseller guide to Apps, Chrome and Android

As Google Inc. tries to compete with Microsoft Windows and Office, the online giant is counting on resellers to help with its push into enterprise accounts. The company is using several tactics to lure in solutions providers, including partner discounts and easier licensing procedures.

This guide has many resources that demonstrate the pros and cons of using Google Apps, Chrome and Android in your service offerings and offers advice for those who are considering becoming a Google reseller.

Read this guide.

Upgrading from Exchange Server 2007 to 2010
Performing Exchange Server 2010 upgrades can create new business opportunities for solutions providers and deliver new features to customers.
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Common SaaS problems that occur after implementation
There are still a few problems you can run into after implementing Software as a Service and this list can help you prepare clients for connection or software application issues.
Read this chapter excerpt.

Running performance analysis after server virtualization
After virtualization, you'll need tools to analyze server performance and predict data. This chapter excerpt helps you develop a performance overview and response time forecast.
Read this chapter excerpt.

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