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In addition to significant new Software plus Services to support customer and partner choice and flexibility, Microsoft also offers a spectrum of new partner opportunities: across the fast-growing unified communications platform; the range of opportunities for Microsoft Windows and small businesses; a new Mobile Readiness program to help partners take advantage of the burgeoning mobility space; and new licensing and financing programs to help partners improve their customers purchasing experience with more flexible, predictable, and manageable options
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Microsoft has also seen broad adoption of its unified communications platform and products, including Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007, Microsoft Office Communicator 2007, and Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Microsoft Office Communications Server alone has experienced triple-digit business growth over the past couple of years, is licensed to 35 percent of Fortune 500 companies, and partners are recognizing the opportunity: More than 150 partners have achieved the Voice specialization More than 2,500 partner companies have achieved the Unified Communications Solutions competency More than 90 companies have joined the Notes Transition Partner Program to assist businesses that are migrating to the Microsoft platform As part of Microsoft s unified communications approach, Microsoft subsidiary Tellme Networks Inc launched a new partner strategy for enterprise contact center partners that allows Tellme to scale its business and bring improved speech-enabled solutions to enterprise customers As a first step, Tellme and SpeechCycle Inc announced an alliance where SpeechCycle will use Tellme s platform for on-demand speech applications Additional information can be found at http://wwwtellmecom/business
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Microsoft s SMB customers have reported that among network devices, smartphones will constitute their largest growth area in the next five years To help reseller partners prepare for this, Microsoft s Mobile Communications Business offers its Mobile Readiness Program, which will address resellers with four components: The Get Mobile Ready initiative offers Microsoft consulting to small and midsize resellers The Try and Buy initiative deploys Microsoft mobility solutions within resellers to create SMB mobility experts around the globe and help partners showcase the technology in action The Microsoft Partner Program Mobility Competency is a full-scale resource to train and certify resellers that are ready to take the next step in mobility Microsoft distributors worldwide offer solutions to help resellers provide their SMB customers with a ready-made package of mobility offerings at a competitive price
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Starting with Windows 2000, Microsoft added a key component to its flagship operating system Active Directory Active Directory is a Microsoft directory service, and it is used to provision, store, and manage users, groups, passwords, and contacts, among other objects Further, it is the basis for the global address list (GAL) that Outlook clients use It is key not only in your organization s Microsoft network, but it is also necessary to use it as part of an Exchange Online deployment In order to use it with Exchange Online, there are two scenarios: The organization has no corporate Active Directory, and all users, mailboxes, distribution groups, and so on are managed through a web-based management console The organization does have a corporate Active Directory and has integrated the corporate and Exchange directories using synchronization tools To configure Active Directory with Exchange Online, you want to use the Microsoft Online Services Directory Synchronization Tool You should also configure Active Directory User attributes if you want to use User Login User Principal Names (UPNs) for the sake of consistency with the on-site Active Directory environment For instance, an on-site Active Directory using the domain name of compuglobalmegaware com has users with a login of user@compuglobalmegaware There is no Exchange messaging environment within this Active Directory, but user objects have their MAIL attribute configured, so they are set to have email In a non-Exchange AD environment, DirSync must be used to create new Microsoft Online Users To make a replica of your on-site Active Directory environment with the Microsoft Online environment, follow these steps: 1 Create a Microsoft Online Service Domain name Use the same name as your on-site company (like compuglobalmegawarecom) 2 Verify the Microsoft Online Service Domain name This proves that you have ownership and allows a Microsoft Online Services administrator to create new users for this domain It also provides a means to add SMTP addresses for existing users
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