Partner News Podcast: 2008 IT channel year in review

Hear how Infra-Comm's lawsuit against Cisco, Microsoft's online strategy and Oracle's price increases affected the IT channel in 2008.

Big news was not hard to come by in the IT channel in 2008. Infra-Comm, a former Cisco Systems partner, won a groundbreaking channel conflict lawsuit against the networking giant. Microsoft unveiled its software plus services strategy, marking a fundamental shift in the way partners will deliver software to customers. And despite a recession, Oracle decided it would be a good time to raise its prices by 20%.

In this final podcast of 2008, the SearchITChannel.com staff discusses the top IT channel stories of the year and looks forward to 2009.

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More on 2008 in the IT channel

  • Top 10 IT channel news stories of 2008, part 1
    Microsoft's online services strategy, Cisco's legal troubles and Oracle's price hikes captured the channel's interest in 2008. Find out what other stories made the list.

  • Top 10 IT channel news stories of 2008, part 2
    Get the rest of the year's top IT channel news stories, including Apple's and Linux's gains on Microsoft.
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