SharePoint Server 2010 is one of the hottest products around. Talk with a Microsoft SharePoint partner and ask them about how the SharePoint business is going, and you are bound to hear a ton of excitement, opportunity and success. In fact, if you recall, the exact statement used in the SharePoint Server 2010 launch press release was, “SharePoint Server is one of the fastest-growing products in Microsoft’s history.” Now that’s some great success!
Whether you are already offering SharePoint Server as one of your key solutions for your clients today, or if you are looking to bring SharePoint Server into your portfolio of solutions, we have a collection of free SharePoint Server 2010 MSDN Virtual Labs available to you online that you can and should be taking advantage of, so I am pointing them out to you here so you too can take advantage of them and share them with your colleagues and peers.
In addition to the SharePoint Server 2010 Virtual Labs, here are a few other SharePoint 2010 resources that I thought you might also be interested in:
Please take advantage of all of the SharePoint 2010 information and resources we have available to you and share these with any of your peers or counterparts that you think could benefit from these as well. I’d also love any input or feedback from you on these resources and what you think about them. Also, don’t forget that you can always see all of the latest direct from the Microsoft SharePoint Server Team right on your phone through their feed in the Products section of the Microsoft Partner Info Mobile App, including the latest from their blogs, Twitter channels, and YouTube channels:
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Eric Ligman – Follow me on TWITTER, LinkedIn, and RSS and see “What I’m thinking” Director, Worldwide Partner Experience Microsoft Corporation This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights
That was very informative.