What do readers of the Channel Marker blog care about? Well, if the types of stories they read in May are any indication, they remain perplexed by Vista and Windows 7 migration plan of action. TechEd 2009 news also piqued their interest, maybe because fewer people attended in person this year.
Here are the five most read Channel Marker blog posts for May 2009:
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Microsoft's Bill Veghte told TechEd attendees to do everything short of dumping Vista for Win 7.
Attendance was down -- Microsoft even told people to attend virtually -- but there were still big lessons to be learned. Here are Barbara Darrow's top five.
Heather Clancy talks out the notion of what it means to be a value-added partner.
The storage giant didn't take David Donatelli's defection to Hewlett-Packard well at all.
SAP, leader in ERP software, is deferring maintenance fee increases until it can show customers they are worth the money. Will Oracle follow suit?