Microsoft tweaks partner programs amid COVID-19 crisis

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Microsoft tweaks partner programs amid COVID-19 crisis

The vendor giant says it will back the channel with increased incentives

Microsoft has today announced it will be adjusting its partner programs to give the channel more support amid the COVID-19 pandemic. In a blog post, the vendor giant's partner boss, Gavriella Schuster (pictured), said Microsoft will be giving skills competency extensions across some of it products, such as Teams and Azure. "We've heard from many partners that it's challenging to meet requirements and renew existing competencies in the current climate," Schuster acknowledged. "To help you...

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