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Attempting to get the Company I work for to move into Sharepoint

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Can anyone help me out with some online documentation that is easily understandable if printed and turned into a presentation.  

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Juan Ocasio earned 1000 total points
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You should go to this site:

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/windowsserver/sharepoint/default.mspx

as it will tell you all about Share point Services and Portal..

Also set up the trial here

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/windowsserver/sharepoint/V2/techinfo/trial.mspx

So you can actually walk them through it in real time.  This site provides an ASP modelled 30 day trial, where you can set it all up and set up users etc.  This is how I got my company on board with sharepoint

HTH

jocasio
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jocasio did you purchase a Volume liscense?  How many Users does your company have?

Would it be safe to say that a Volume liscense for one server and 25 users would cost us roughly 5700.00?
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