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Microsoft has made over 40 on-demand webcasts available for free - covering everything from computer security to guerilla marketing and financial management - following its recent Small Business Summit

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By  Matthew Wade Published  April 17, 2006

Microsoft has made over 40 on-demand webcasts available for free - covering everything from computer security to guerilla marketing and financial management - following its recent Small Business Summit. This four-day online event featured some of the leading voices in business and its webcasts, which are now available to everyone through Microsoft’s website, include ways for business users to get more from their IT investments, save time and money in running their businesses, and connect better with - and market to - their customers. In the first webcast of day one for example, Microsoft's COO, Kevin Turner, outlined how technology can help create opportunities for small businesses and the entrepreneurs who run them. He detailed Microsoft's strategy for developing solutions that support such firms, including its very latest product offerings. Day two’s highlights include Jay Conrad Levinson’s guide to guerilla marketing and a first guide to Office Live. Day three and day four’s best bits - in Windows’ opinion - include ‘Maximizing Your Cash Flow’, ‘Technology Trends in Small Business’ and ‘Adding Network Security’. To access the webcasts, users can either sign up for the summit only or Microsoft’s free ‘Small Business +’ service. The site to start from can be found at ww.microsoft.com/ smallbusiness/small-business-summit/hub.mspx.

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