In the dog days of July, SAP was top of mind for Channel Marker readers who wanted to know about the ERP giant's deal with social networking power LinkedIn. They also wondered why IBM's Mohamad Ali left for Avaya after 13 years.
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Without further ado, here are the most read Channel Marker blog entries for July:
SAP cuts LinkedIn recruiting deal for its partners
Select SAP VARs and ISV partners can now get discounted access to LinkedIn's recruiting service, thanks to a deal inked in July.
Mohamad Ali leaves IBM for Avaya
IBM vet takes his leave for Avaya. Not coincidentally the news broke just before Avaya disclosed it has a deal to buy Nortel Networks' enterprise solutions business for $475 million.
Microsoft Golds rip Windows 7 RTM schedule
Some loyal Microsoft partners were irked to hear that they won't get their Windows 7 RTM code until after volume customers get theirs.
Microsoft VARs: Do you know where your TPAM is?
The software giant moved its telephone partner account managers into its distributors' support organizations.
AppZero dares Microsoft to dive into server app virtualization
Pipsqueak vendor demands to know why Microsoft isn't jumping on the server app virtualization bandwagon.
Check out the top Channel Marker blogs for June 2009.