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Partner News Podcast: VMware channel conflict, Microsoft Convergence 2008

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In this edition of the Partner News Podcast, the staff of SearchITChannel.com discusses recent complaints from VMware resellers and independent software vendor (ISV) partners that the vendor is creating channel conflict. Associate features editor Elaine Hom and news writer Colin Steele also review the Dynamics CRM news that came out of Microsoft Convergence 2008 and its effect on Microsoft partners.

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