Microsoft expands benefits for security partners

Friday, 15 December 2006, 2:00 AM EST

Companies that advise customers to purchase Microsoft's new and expanded line of Forefront security software will have extra financial incentives from the vendor through an expansion to the company's security partner program.

Microsoft said Thursday it would offer higher financial payouts to members of its Security Software Advisor (SSA) program. Microsoft's security channel partners can now earn as much as a 30 percent margin by advising companies to buy select products in Microsoft's security portfolio.

At InfoWorld.

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