Google rattles Amazon's cage with 2TB free storage offer 
But customers must install partner's software.
Channel shakeup at Microsoft Australia 
Macs ready to take over Windows in enterprise, says VMware 
VMware conducts survey to push its "post-PC era" message.
Data#3 clinches $19m Microsoft win for Defence 
Windows Server rollout amid wide-scale IT overhaul.
Microsoft steps up encryption in Outlook 
TLS and PFS now enabled for email in both directions on
Ex-Microsoft Windows chief can't sign up for Office 365 
This is why channel is crucial for support, say MS partners.
Startup's journey from "terminal illness" to Azure success 
Aussie firm's extreme streaming with Microsoft partner.
Six facts about Microsoft's new volume licensing program 
Promises to simplify notoriously complicated licensing.
Behind Microsoft's plan to make volume licensing easier 
The vendor is targeting simpler software licensing. Has it succeeded?
Microsoft says sorry over outages 
Exchange and Lync glitches fixed.
Sydney Azure partner nips at Atlassian's heels 
Microsoft to US: stop mass snooping 
People won't use technology if they can't trust it, says lawyer.
Microsoft brags about speedy Office 365 support 
Microsoft's Android smartphone: Nokia X2 
Reveals first Android mobile under the Nokia brand.
Microsoft Exchange Online goes down 
Another cloud outage just a day after Microsoft Lync was dysfunctional.
Office 365 suffers Australian setback 
No launch date in sight yet for Online Portal.
Microsoft Lync suffers outage 
Still working on a fix for the Office 365 messaging service.
Android and Windows phones to get 'kill switch' 
Microsoft shares Office 365 roadmap 
NTT kicks AaaS into govt with CommVault service 
Cost-beating cloud solution for public sector.
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Issue: 327 | May 2014

CRN Magazine looks in-depth at the emerging issues and developments for the channel, and provides insight, analysis and strategic information to help resellers better run their businesses.