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If you have ever wondered what Windows Small Business Server (SBS) 2011 Essentials is, or how it can help your small business, this free webcast could greatly benefit you. We are pleased to announce a webcast December 8, 1:00 PM Pacific Standard Time (UTC- 8 hours): Essential Data Solutions for 2012: Help keep your data protected, organized, and at your fingertips …

Join us to learn how SBS 2011 Essentials can help: organize and access business documents from virtually anywhere, protect your customers’ business data, gather greater business insight, and increase business productivity. During the webcast, our presenters will also discuss the benefits of a server, such as an HP ProLiant MicroServer pre-installed with SBS 2011 software and its “solution” focused scenario.

Jane Applegate, a well-respected small business management expert and author of four books about entrepreneurial success, will join us to introduce her new show, Tech Essentials with Jane Applegate. Presenting with Jane Applegate will be two other experts in the field; Enrico Toro & David Fabritius. Enrico is the Small Business product manager for Microsoft’s Server and Cloud marketing organization & he has spent the past 15 years working with Small Businesses. Starting as a growth and quality consultant, he later joined Microsoft, working to develop and market products that can have a significant impact on the way small businesses conduct their activities. Additionally, you will have an opportunity to have a Q&A session with our third presenter, David Fabritius, currently the Windows Server Marketing Senior Product Manager, and a professional in the technology industry since 1992.

We hope you can join us to learn more about Windows Small Business Server (SBS) 2011 Essentials. If you are interested in learning more about HP ProLiant MicroServer pre-installed with SBS 2011 please join us on the web or join the Coffee Coaching community by following us on our blog, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube or LinkedIn.


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