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SMS Management reveals $200k carrot for beating rivals 
Benchmarking against Data#3, UXC and more.
10 things we learned this week 
Channel love, a harsh movie review and musical chairs.
SMS signs Infosys Australia boss as new CEO 
Change at top as major channel player anticipates jump in earnings.
Profit is sanity 
Driving revenues at the expense of profit is not a long-term business strategy.
Photos: Microsoft Australia Partner Awards 
Gold Coast ceremony honoured the best in channel.
Former Telstra, OzEmail exec joins SMS board 
Justin Milne takes non-executive role at reseller.
SMS revenues up but profits plunge 40% 
Mixed fortunes amid "weak" market.
Channel helps drive NetApp earnings 
First quarter shows OEM sales continuing to fall.
Beware bill shock in shift to subscriptions 
How to manage the transition to PAYG.
AWS security prone to dangerous lapses 
Researcher warns of config weaknesses and app vulnerabilities.
45th price cut for AWS 
Amazon also makes four 'Trusted Advisor' features free.
OKI appoints Distribution One for new managed print service 
10 things we learned this week 
Google's foot fetish, sticking your AaaS out, Warnie and forest fires.
Ex-Accenture heavy hitter joins Melbourne integrator 
Making a good impression in managed print 
We speak to four experts in our regular Cross-Channel feature.
Massive NSW email contract extended 
Netspace co-founder says big opportunity in texting 
The science of growing services revenues 
Shifting from selling servers to selling services can be a challenge.
Melbourne tech firm SMS expands in Vietnam 
Technical labour-on-demand will reduce costs.
Cloud price cuts a wake-up call for hardware resellers 
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Issue: 336 | March 2015

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.