Microsoft Subnet, Webucator give away SharePoint training and and iPad

We're tickled to announce a new alliance between Network World and online training provider Webucator. Network World has teamed up with Webucator, a provider of SharePoint2010 training, to give away SharePoint classes for up to three people. If you're looking for other SharePoint classes, check out all of Webucator's SharePoint 2010 options.

We're kicking off the partnership by offering Microsoft Subnet readers SharePoint2010 training for up to three people -- one of which will ALSO win a new iPad.

  • Winner will be allowed to bring in up to two additional colleagues to the same class.
  • Of those three students, one will be awarded a 16 GB iPad, by using our random prize wheel on the last day of the class
  • Overall Prize Value: Up to $4,000 per month.

To enter, answer an easy trivia question. Although each person may only enter once, if you tell your friends to enter -- and those are friends who would include you in the three-person class, you increase your odds of winning. So tell your friends.

The deadline for entries is November 30. We will pick a winner on Wednesday, December 1st, and will announce another contest for December.

So again, browse Webucator's SharePointTraining options and imagine yourself starting off the new year with free training on SharePoint 2010. Nice thought, huh?

Here's the link to enter the giveaway. 

Read more about software in Network World's Software section.

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Julie Bort

Network World

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