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Your chance to see Office 365 in action - Nov 2012

29 Nov 2012

Microsoft New Zealand and Office 365 partner IT Engine are running a free online webinar that you can watch from the comfort of your own desk.

Designed for customers in the Not-for-Profit sector, the hour long session will provide an overview of Office 365 services including email, document sharing, video conferencing and Office delivered as a service.

It will also include customer examples of small and mid-size Kiwi customers who are benefitting from Microsoft online services, including Exchange Online, SharePoint Online and Lync Online.

The webinar is being held at 2pm on Wednesday, 5 December 2012.

So grab some headphones, book it into your diary and register here.

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