SharePoint Hoster, a Microsoft (News - Alert) SharePoint Hosting Partner that specializes in SharePoint 2010 as well as other email hosting solutions, recently introduced free SharePoint 2013 tutorials and guides on its blog.
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In a statement, Matthew George, a SharePoint Hoster Customer Service representative said, “SharePoint 2013 brings exciting new features to the table including improved search, SharePoint Designer 2013 support, and the Microsoft App Store. At $99/year all of this new functionality is right at your fingertips. SharePoint Hoster is dedicated to creating rich tutorial content so customers can get the most out of our affordable SharePoint 2013 Hosting plans.”
SharePoint Hoster will regularly be updating it’s free SharePoint tutorials and videos throughout the year. The tutorials are both for beginners and people who are just getting started and more advanced tutorials for IT administrators and more experienced SharePoint users.
Blogging with SharePoint 2013, uploading documents to SharePoint 2013, enabling anonymous access in SharePoint 2013, designing and customizing your SharePoint 2013 site, removing multiple authentication prompts from SharePoint 2013, installing apps into your 2013 site collection and adding SharePoint 2013 users without a browser are kust some of the chief tutorial topics highlighted within these informative guides.
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Edited by Jamie Epstein