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Webinar: Introduction to Hosted Microsoft Exchange 2013 Hosted Exchange 2010

Find out more about Hosted Exchange 2013 from Microsoft, learn about the latest features and benefits of the latest version and the differences between 2010 and 2013. This presentation assumes no prior knowledge.

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Webinar: Introduction to Microsoft SharePoint Microsoft Sharepoint 3.0

Do you have a need to communicate with your workforce, share information, automate business processes and secure your company data? Watch this demonstration to find out more about the benefits of using Microsoft SharePoint.

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Webinar: Introduction to Microsoft Dynamics CRM Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0

Learn how easy it can be to start using an Enterprise grade customer management tool by attending our free webinar and find out how the Cobweb CRM solution can help improve sales, marketing and customer service without breaking the bank.

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"Migrating from Lotus Notes to Hosted Exchange"

Many organisations are discovering that now is the perfect time to migrate away from IBM Lotus Notes to Microsoft Exchange 2010. Watch this technically focussed webinar to gain an in-depth insight into quick and accurate migrations using Cobweb's Cloud Accelerator.

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