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Microsoft launches $200 fitness wearable 
 
AWS steps up after Azure Australia launch 
 
Tell us: is Microsoft right or wrong on Surface channel? 
 
Microsoft gives unlimited storage to Office 365 users 
OneDrive deal shakes up the cloud storage market.
 
Azure Australia opens to public with Telstra as new partner 
 
Microsoft Surface revenue hits $1 billion in a quarter 
While iPad sales fall, Surface sees massive turnaround.
 
10 things we learned this week 
How to get a passport without going to the post office.
 
Nadella: $5 billion a year is price to play in public cloud 
 
Microsoft Azure Australia coming next week 
Vendor finally confirms local launch.
 
Microsoft's 'Azure in a box' brings cloud on-premise 
Dell hardware integrated with Microsoft software.
 
Empired makes $17.4m buyout to snatch Microsoft partner crown 
Buys Intergen and doubles revenue and headcount.
 
Microsoft smartwatch coming "within weeks" 
Platform-agnostic device will have fitness focus and more than two days' battery life.
 
Microsoft lifts ban on rival vendors at partner conference  
 
10 things we learned this week 
Fun making international calls on someone else's phone.
 
Veeam reveals public cloud partnership with Azure and VMware 
Says partners can profit from offering cloud back-up services.
 
Hewlett-Packard to resell VMware AirWatch 
Mobility war declared against Apple-IBM and Microsoft.
 
Microsoft announces channel-only Surface Pro 3 bundle 
 
Microsoft CEO apologises over women pay gaffe 
 
Microsoft CEO criticised for suggesting women not ask for raises 
 
10 things we learned this week 
The Synnex bunny, winning big in Vegas, and hotel wifi.
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CRN Magazine

Issue: 332 | October 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.