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Upcoming Partner Licensing and Microsoft 365 Events

Please join us for the upcoming UK Partner Events.

 

Licensing:

Thursday 26th November - Licensing the Modern Workplace

Tuesday 1st December - Licensing Azure and purchasing through New Commerce

Wednesday 2nd December - Licensing Microsoft Dynamics 365

Wednesday 2nd December - Licensing the Microsoft Power Platform

 

SMB Fundamental Series:

Wednesday 2nd December - SMB Sales Fundamental Series Microsoft 365 (AM)

Wednesday 2nd December - SMB Sales Fundamental Series Microsoft 365 (PM)

Friday 4th December - SMB Technical Fundamental Series Microsoft 365

Monday 7th - Wednesday 9th December - SMB Technical Fundamental Series Microsoft 365 Series

Thursday 10th December - SMB Technical Fundamental Series Microsoft 365

Friday 11th December - SMB Sales Fundamental Series Microsoft 365 (AM)

Friday 11th December - SMB Sales Fundamental Series Microsoft 365 (PM)

Monday 14th December - SMB Technical Fundamental Series Microsoft 365 

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Visitor 2

Hi All,

Did these ever become available on demand?

Cheers

Charlie

Level 1 Contributor

What does SMB stand for? Server Message Block? Social Media Breakfast? 

Level 1 Contributor

Thanks Andra,

As a freelancer, working in a technical space, my business life covers many overlapping realms. To me SMB means Server Message Block (It's technical).

I may be alone in this, but to me it feels like people who's work is focussed on one domain forget that those outside their domain don't have the same context.

Kind Regards

Russell



Community Manager

@russellg59 Hi,

 

seems this refers to SMB customers = small and medium-sized business customers 😉

Visitor 1

I'm not able to make any of these dates due to a current project; are more planned in 2021?

Moderator

Hi Nicole, 

Sorry to hear that. There will definitely be more in 2021 to look forward to! 🙂