Friday, May 01, 2009

SharePoint Guide Special Offer

If you haven't checked out The Windows SharePoint Operations Guide, now is absolutely the right time.

My good friend Robert Crane from Australia has an awesome offering that we've had up at SMB Books for some time.

Well, now, as part of his First Anniversary Celebration, he's offering a huge discount -- ONLY during the month of May.

Check out The Windows SharePoint Operations Guide at SMB Books or at Robert's site,

Here are two offers:

1) You can get Chapter Two of The Windows SharePoint Operations Guide for FREE when you register with Robert. Send an email to [email protected] and say "Hey, dude, can I have a free chapter?"

2) Along with your free chapter, you will receive a discount code that allows you to purchase the guide during May for only $249.

That's $50 off the regular price!

This is a once in a lifetime offer for the SharePoint Guide and will never be repeated again. It is only being offered as part of the first birthday celebration.

This offer is only available only to those who register and is only available only for the month of May 2009.

A Few Details:

This is a One Year subscription and includes all updates.

Now Over 1,000 Pages

If you are looking for information about Windows SharePoint Services V3.0 then look no further. We have developed a guide that help you install, migrate and maintain Windows SharePoint Services (which is also the basis for Microsoft SharePoint Server i.e. MOSS). The guide will get you up and running quickly.

The information is available as an annual subscription. This means full access to all updates and enhancements of the documentation for the subscription period. This subscription also includes a DVD of all the relevant product files and documents updated regularly with new features and best practices.

    "I've had a chance to review his guide and found it to be an excellent resource if you are new to or even familiar with Windows SharePoint Services. It gives great overview in how to perform many of the tasks that you will need to do in a SharePoint installation, along with real world experience where it varies from the official Microsoft line. I'd suggest you check it out if you are doing work with SharePoint as it will save you time and money."
    -- Wayne Small, SBS-MVP

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