In Case You Missed Them: 15 Most Popular Channel Blogs, March 25

In Case You Missed Them: 15 Most Popular Channel Blogs, March 25

I spent Friday afternoon having lunch with one of my former mentors. Sharp guy. But the relaxing lunch means I'm a bit late with this list (again). Sure, we had another busy week at MSPmentor, The VAR Guy and TalkinCloud. We realize you may not have time to track all the conversations across all of our web sites each week. So, here are the 15 most read channel blog entries across our channel blog network for the week ending March 25, 2011.

The lineup...

From TalkinCloud: The Cloud, The Channel, The Chatter

  1. Revealed: Microsoft Top 10 U.S. Cloud Channel Partners
  2. What the Cloud Means for the Open Source Desktop
  3. How to Compete with Office 365
  4. The Talkin' Cloud 50 Survey: Top 50 VARs and MSPs in the Cloud
  5. Ingram Micro: Systems Integrators Meet Cloud Computing

From The VAR Guy: What's Next in the IT Channel

  1. Is Microsoft Committed to Channel Partners?
  2. V.I. Labs Turns Software Piracy Into Lead Gen Opportunity
  3. Quick Review: 30 Seconds with the iPad 2
  4. Cisco Extends the Office With New Wireless AP Controllers
  5. Meet Microsoft Channel Chief's Right-hand Man

And From MSPmentor: The Ultimate Guide to Managed Services

  1. Microsoft Office 365:  Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
  2. Microsoft Partners Move 1,000 Customers to Cloud Computing
  3. Microsoft Targeting July 1 for Office 365 Launch
  4. When It's Time to Make an RMM Switch: Six Indicators
  5. Microsoft Windows Intune: Pros and Cons for MSP Cloud Tool
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