Microsoft's annual partner summit Future Decoded took over the ExCeL Centre in London this week.
The key theme from the vendor's executive team was that UK businesses need to start to scale in AI.
However, conspicuous in its absence was any reference to the recent resistance within the channel to a series of changes within the Microsoft Partner Network. Partners weren't so reticent.
CPI asked them what its been like being a Microsoft partner over the last three months, and for their key takeaways from this week's conference.
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