Big changes ahead for OS X?
Redmond giant could be working on Chrome OS rival in order to offer a free or cheap version of Windows.
Limited preview of new PowerPoint tool Office Mix is now available
Microsoft makes U-turn on custom XP support price 
Microsoft unveils SQL Server 2014 and bolsters Azure 
Integrator helping police in Western Australia 
Cloud drives disties to merge 
Bluechip Infotech takes over Track IT Online.
CA Technologies names new data manager for ANZ 
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30-year industry veteran moves into role.
HP forks out $115m to settle corruption probes 
Microsoft halts business downloads of Windows 8.1 Update 
Machines updated via Windows Server Update Services won't be able to get Windows 8.1 Update right away
See the new Windows 8.1 Update screenshots 
Has Microsoft bridged the metro vs desktop divide?
Sydney or Melbourne, asks latest Silicon Valley vendor in Australia 
Install latest Windows 8.1 Update to keep getting updates 
Microsoft has released the first major update for Windows 8.1, and users need to install it soon
Retire Comfortably, Windows XP 
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Microsoft issues last security update for XP.
Altech loses Microsoft distie status  
Exec departures add to its woes.
End of an era: Aussie resellers say goodbye to Windows XP 
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Many desktops still running outdated operating system.
IBM wins multimillion deal for Coke's SAP cloud  
Drinks giant wants to unify platform across regions.
Microsoft takes giant leap with .NET 
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Open sources some .NET code.
Pivotal nabs Good Technology's ex-ANZ boss 
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Gavin Jones is Pivotal first MD for our region.
10 Windows XP-mageddon myths busted 
Looking past the doomsday scaremongering.
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Issue: 325 | March 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.