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Microsoft Office 365 Partner Features webcast


A couple of weeks ago, the Microsoft Office 365 beta opened up publicly and I put up a post here on the blog about not only the opening of the public beta itself, but also about several resources and sources of information that you can use to learn more about Microsoft Office 365 and what it can offer to you and your clients. In that post, I included the following statement, “I believe Office 365 is going to positively change the landscape of business computing for so many companies out there and open up huge markets and opportunities for our partners around the world!”

Following up on that statement, I wanted to share an upcoming webcast we are holding on Monday, May 2nd, from 8:00 – 9:00 am Pacific Time for Microsoft partners regarding Microsoft Office 365. Here is the brief description of the session:

“Learn how Office 365 partner features will help you drive more business and be more productive! In this session, you will find out how you can invite your customers to try or buy Office 365; and how to get 250 seats of Office 365 for your own use, at no cost.”

As you can see, this session is designed for you to learn about creating more business with Microsoft Office 365 as well as helping you learn how to get Microsoft Office 365 for your own use as a Microsoft partner.

To register for this session, simply CLICK HERE.

I hope you are able to join us for this session on driving more business using Microsoft Office 365.

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