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Palmetto Technology Group (PTG) Announces Upcoming Seminar and Webinars in Conjunction with Microsoft

Palmetto Technology Group (PTG)Office 365 Specialist and outsourced IT support company headquartered in Greenville, SC – announced its upcoming educational event-schedule that includes a live seminar at the Microsoft Office in Charlotte, NC on Nov. 29, as well as five additional webinars between November and January. PTG is tier three Cloud Champion and Microsoft Cloud Accelerate partner, further validating their experience with Windows 8, Microsoft Office 365 product suite, private cloud, and Exchange 2003 and 2007 End of Life.

These upcoming events from PTG are open to the public and offered at no-charge with online registration required.

Live Seminar:

• The New Era of Work for IT Leaders Only:

Introducing Windows 8, the new Office, Visual Studio 2012, Windows Server, and Dynamics CRM and AX

THURSDAY, NOV 29, 9AM – 12:45PM ET
MICROSOFT OFFICE – CHARLOTTE, NC

Cloud Series Webinars:

  • System Center and Private Cloud Overview
    TUESDAY, NOV 27, 11AM ET
  • Data Center and Private Cloud Infrastructure Management
    TUESDAY, DEC 11, 2PM ET
  • Data Center and Private Cloud Application Management
    TUESDAY, JAN 22, 2PM ET

Additional Webinars:

  • Lync Online Demo: A Closer Look at How to Collaborate Easily and Effectively
    TUESDAY, DEC 4, 11AM ET
  • Exchange End of Life: What You Need to Know
    THURSDAY, DEC 6, 11AM ET

“With technology choices like Office 365 and private cloud environments, management can now focus on what they do best without worrying about IT tools or infrastructure. PTG takes the hassle out of software, upgrades, networking, and technical support and allows our customers to focus on sales and service instead of fielding their teams’ phone calls for broken printers and lack of connectivity,” said Reed Wilson, PTG president and founder. “The latest and greatest technology allows businesses to expand by leaps and bounds and really make a big dent in productivity,” he continued.

For complete event details and to register, visit www.palmettotg.com/events. To learn more about PTG or their outsourced IT support, visit www.palmettotg.com or call 864-552-1291.

About Palmetto Technology Group

Palmetto Technology Group (PTG), an Office 365 Specialist and Microsoft Cloud Accelerate Partner, is headquartered in Greenville, SC. Building and maintaining networks and infrastructure for businesses, PTG serves as an outsourced IT support team. In addition to upgrading and enhancing technology solutions, PTG also offers basic computer repair services.

To learn more about the cloud, Office 365 pricing, Office 365 trials, or an Office 365 demo, please visit www.office365migrations.com, www.palmettotg.com, our blog, or call 864-552-1291. You may also connect with PTG on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter.

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