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Get a RSS feed from Microsoft about what is new for partners (UK at the moment)

I saw this RSS Hub and decided it had to be shared.  Go to https://www.microsoft.com/uk/partner/rss/default.aspx. [updated with fixed url - thanks for the comments]

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It enables the following segmentation:

What roles are you interested in?

  • Management
  • Sales and Marketing
  • Technical

What areas are you interested in?

  • Partnering
    • Events
    • Programme Information
    • Public Sector
    • Sales and Marketing
    • Small Business Specialist
    • Training
    • West Midlands
  • Type of Business
    • Hosting
    • Independent Software Vendors
    • System Integrators
    • Web Solutions
  • Products and Solutions
    • Dynamics AX
    • Dynamics CRM
    • Dynamics GP
    • Dynamics NAV
    • Dynamics RMS
    • Licensing
    • Microsoft Financing
    • Software-plus-Services

Enjoy!!

 

Thanks

David


Posted Thu, Nov 27 2008 12:00 AM by David Overton

Comments

Richard Tubb wrote re: Get a RSS feed from Microsoft about what is new for partners (UK at the moment)
on Mon, Nov 24 2008 8:11 AM

Thanks for the link Dave - if there's one thing Microsoft can't be accused of, it's of not providing information! Unfortunately it's sometimes impossible to find what you want amongst the huge amount of info out there! This RSS feed will be useful.

Just to point out though, the address is

www.microsoft.com/.../default.aspx

Ian Murphy wrote re: Get a RSS feed from Microsoft about what is new for partners (UK at the moment)
on Mon, Nov 24 2008 9:16 AM

Hi dave,

the url posted contains an error. you've got https:/ww... instead of https://www

Ian

Christian Espinoza wrote re: Get a RSS feed from Microsoft about what is new for partners (UK at the moment)
on Mon, Nov 24 2008 7:07 PM

David,

You forgot the third 'w' in www.  It was a bad link until I figured it out.  :-)

Cheers,

-Christian

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