RECAP: Concurrency’s Microsoft Online Service Webinar Event

Author by James Savage

Guests joined together on Thursday July 16, 2009 at the Concurrency Headquarters in Brookfield for another wonderful event. The focus was on Concurrency’s Microsoft Online Services and how it can save your business time and money. By attending this event guests learned how to have their company become more organized before spending unneeded costs on servers, IT specialists, software and unnecessary upgrades.
  • Reduce IT Hardware, Software, and Administration Costs
  • Save Time for More Focus on Strategic Activities
  • Make Deployments, Migrations and Upgrades More Manageable
With Microsoft Online Services your organization can enjoy state-of-the-art technologies that include Microsoft Exchange, SharePoint and Microsoft Office Communicator. All of these technologies cover the basics a business needs for day to day operation such as; email, calendar, intranets and even instant messaging within office. By using Microsoft Online Services you will be able to reduce your IT hardware, software and administration costs, save more time for your It professions so more focus can go on strategic activities as well as make many deployments, migrations and upgrades in a much more manageable way. Additionally, by attending this event guests were able to get all of the online software starting at just $7.95 per month. This included great rates on services either individually or in a bundle for a large corporation. For more information on Microsoft Online Services, Microsoft Exchange, SharePoint, Microsoft Office and any of Concurrency’s Services, feel free to contact Concurrency at 262-364-5800 or view the website at http://www.concurrency.com/microsoft-online-services.
Author

James Savage

James Savage is the President of Concurrency, Inc., an information technology solution company he founded 1989. Its customers are among the most successful communication, construction, financial, insurance, logistics, and manufacturing companies in the Midwest.