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Your chance to see Office 365 in action - Sept 2012

05 Sep 2012

It's time for those that keep hearing about Microsoft Office 365 to finally understand what the software can really offer.

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

It's an hour long and will provide an overview of 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, 12 September 2012.

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

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