Sunday, September 06, 2015

SMB Nation Offers Office 365 Mastery

Microsoft Office 365 remains the fastest-growing solution in the technology field, with what started as an enterprise solution becoming a vital component of the SMB and consumer markets.

Undeniably, it’s time to invest in building skills and relationships in the vibrant Office 365 community.

Despite its widespread use, Office 365 is the central component in a complex ecosystem of productivity solutions, and requires time and training for true mastery. With training and mastery, though, Office 365 transitions from a popular business solution to a key opportunity for profitability for MSPs and IT pros.

THE 2015 Fall Conference, held Oct. 2-4 at Microsoft Redmond in Redmond, Wash., is dedicated to attendees’ technical and business success, focused on best practices and key training provided by renowned industry experts. Attendees will have access to more than 30 hours of content and networking and leave with impactful Office 365 knowledge that can be implemented immediately.

SMB Nation and O365 Nation didn’t forget other key parts of the Office 365 ecosystem and Microsoft portfolio—sessions covering Azure and Windows 10 will supplement the Office 365 sessions and experiences.

THE Fall Conference 2015 website features information about key speakers and sessions, and offers resources for planning and registration. Visit to find out what the buzz is about!

Take advantage of special early bird pricing or other exciting discounts, and don’t forget SMB Nation offers a money-back guarantee to all registrants.

Whether it’s time to earn a major in migrations or go back to school to learn about Microsoft’s latest innovations—and their impact industrywide—join technology leaders at THE 2015 Fall Conference.

Attend THE 2015 Fall Conference!

More Information Here

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Also, don't forget to sign up for my 4-hour SMB Preday show.


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