Network Professional Association invites you to join us for a webinar.

Working in the Cloud with Office 365
Presenter : Jim Belasco, DF/NPA, CNP, MCP
Date: 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM Pacific time , November 5th 2011

Description: Microsoft launched Office 365 some time ago to make it easier for businesses to use Microsoft Office. By eliminating the need for setting up your own infrastructure and by simplifying the licensing model, this new web based solution is all set to change the way we work. Join Jim in this webinar as he dives into the nuances of the product and tells you how you can use it to your advantage. A demo is included.

Agenda: Introduction and NPA announcements , Presentation , Remaining time for Q&A:

Productivity wins with Office 365 (Power Point)

365 Demo

Federation for IT Professionals (Power Point)

Level of Presentation: End-user to intermediate.

About the Speaker: James Belasco has served as a member of the NPA Board of Directors since 2000 for the Network Professional Association (NPA) and most recently as Chairman. James has represented the NPA in the forming of what today is known as GITCA. He supports the NPA websites: NPA.org, AwardsforProfessionalism.org, CNP.org as well as the NPA Job Board. His passion for ethics and professionalism is exemplified his participation in the Certified Network Professional, Awards for Professionalism, and College of Distinguished Fellows.

Location : Webinar: Online

Attendee URL:clip_image001https://www.livemeeting.com/cc/usergroups/join?id=7ZM2GA&role=attend

About the NPA

Established 1991, the non-profit Network Professional Association® (NPA) is the leading organization for network computing professionals. To be identified as true professionals, the NPA's international membership adheres to a code-of-ethics, continual demonstrated professional development, adherence and knowledge of the latest best practice standards, and strives for continual growth. The NPA also founded the widely acknowledged and the industry’s only international Awards for Professionalism which honors individuals for their outstanding achievements in network computing and meeting the values of professionalism. The impartial strength of the NPA is a result of vendor neutrality and self-regulation. A member of the NPA believes in the values of the professional association and the professional status of network professionals through advocacy. Members receive a certificate of membership, quarterly Journal publications, benefits derived through chapters and programs, and opportunities to volunteer, publish and develop. For Information about current activities and benefits visit www.NPA.org.