Microsoft job cuts will improve channel support, partners hope

Tom Wright
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Microsoft job cuts will improve channel support, partners hope

In a statement sent to CRN, Microsoft confirms it is implementing changes that will see jobs under consideration or eliminated

Microsoft's imminent job cuts could lead to more cohesive support for the service and support the vendor can provide to the channel, partners hope. Speculation has been rife that Microsoft was l...

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