Have you been wanting to have an external Windows SharePoint Services Site and not sure how to get one? Or maybe you are looking into putting up a hosted site instead of buying the hardware and software to host it on your own.As you probably already know, you can get a hosted Windows SharePoint Services site through the Microsoft Small Business Center (http://www.microsoft.com/smallbusiness/products/online/sp/detail.mspx), but what you may not know, is how to save 25% off of the monthly price. Here’s a tip/trick from our team to you on how to get this discount.Microsoft holds events all around the country explaining many of the technologies we have to offer to businesses called the Microsoft Connections tour (http://www.microsoft.com/smallbusiness/connections/default.mspx). Microsoft Connections is an event designed for businesses with less than 75 PCs. Our team of 14 Microsoft Technical Specialists located all over the country travel to over 150 cities throughout the United States throughout the year.
See in action demonstrations such as Windows XP SP2, Window Small Business Server 2003, and Office System 2003. This is your opportunity to see it live and have the opportunity to ask questions about what you can do to take your business to the next level with Microsoft technology.
The content changes each quarter, so even if you've been to Microsoft Connections before, you're sure to learn something new each time you attend.
By attending a Connections event in your area, the presenter will include a promotional link in their presentation that will enable you to get a hosted SharePoint Services site (http://www.microsoft.com/smallbusiness/products/online/sp/detail.mspx) for 25% off the price. ($29.95 per month instead of $39.95 per month)So what do you have to lose? Spend a few hours with our Connections Team, see the products in action, and save 25% on your SharePoint site for doing so.
Thank you and have a wonderful day, Eric LigmanSmall Business Development Manager – U.S. Central Region
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