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Important Update for the Canadian SBSC Community
Thank you for your valued involvement in the Canadian SBSC Community over the last Microsoft fiscal year. We have come a long way as a community in these 12 months – taking the right steps to build on momentum and create new progress. Each morsel of feedback was taken into account as our team worked...
30 Jun 2009
Important: New exam requirements for SBSCs now in place
This is a really important note for all Microsoft Small Business Specialists to review. We’ve now released globally the new exam requirements for the SBSC designation, including Canada of course. What’s new? Moving forward, all new SBSC partners must employ or contract at least one person by location...
5 Feb 2009
Microsoft urgent security update for December 17
Please read below carefully and ensure that you update your systems accordingly. As a SBSC and trusted IT professional, communicate this notice out further to your clients to ensure they are also protected. This alert is to provide you with an overview of the new security bulletin being released (out...
17 Dec 2008
Microsoft urgent security update for October 23
Please read below carefully and ensure that you update your systems accordingly. As a SBSC and trusted IT professional, communicate this notice out further to your clients to ensure they are also protected. This alert is to provide you with an overview of the new security bulletin released (out of band...
23 Oct 2008
Email subscription links corrected
This is a quick note to let you know that we had some challenges with the email subscription links, which are now working as they should in future posts. Thanks Stuart for catching this! The sidebar link always worked, but it looks like the ones in each post were not. So in case you were wondering, yes...
21 Oct 2008
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