Ingram Micro Taps Web 2.0 To Build Partner Relationships
by Jennifer Lawinski
Ingram Micro became the first distributor to tap into the power of Web 2.0 by offering its reseller customer communities a collection of social-networking sites that will allow them to build relationships and hopefully drive more sales into the small-business market by sharing best practices and business strategies.
Web 2.0: IT Revolution Or Pandora's Box?
by Stacy Cowley
The Web 2.0 Summit focused on cutting edge Web platforms that attempt to chart out the "social graph" of users' personal and professional connections.
Developers Unsure Of Facebook's Enterprise Push
by Stacy Cowley
Microsoft and Google may be fighting for a piece of Facebook, but is there value beyond social networking?
AOL Pushes Its AIM
by Barbara Darrow
Instant messaging pioneer America Online hopes to get bloggers, pod casters, and small businesses to embed its presence into their offerings.
by Larry Hooper
Having lived in the heart of the technology industry for most of my life, I have always had a soft spot for startups.
Microsoft's Spinoff Social Network Site Makes Debut
by Laurie Sullivan
Wallop, the social-network startup spun out of Microsoft Research Labs earlier this year, has landed $10 million in venture capital funding, which it will use to compete with Facebook, Friendster and MySpace.
by Stefanie Hoffman
Phishing scams. Malware. Data loss.
More Than 10 Keys To ISV Success
by Robert C. DeMarzo
Back in December when we were planning this issue of Solutions Inc., we decided it was time for a cover story focused on how to succeed as a Microsoft ISV.