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Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010 Demonstration

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Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Foundation - connects your team together, automates business processes and secures your company data.

Cobweb Hosted Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Foundation is a powerful web-based project collaboration tool, which connects your team together, allowing you to share information and documentation securely via the corporate network.

Hosted SharePoint 2010 Foundation is simple to setup and use, and provides an instant intranet or extranet solution which runs on Microsoft Windows.

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How to get a 30-day SharePoint trial today*

To get your Microsoft SharePoint trial today, all you need to do is follow these steps:

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  • Register for the SharePoint 2010 Foundation service for just £15

Note: You can cancel your subscription at any point during the first 30 days and you will only be charged £15 for the first month. If you'd like to keep using the service, you don't need to do anything as your site will automatically upgrade to a live 12 month contract after 30 days.

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*Once your 30-day trial period has expired, you will be on a standard 12-month contract. There are no partial refunds for any time not used in the first 30 days.


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