Next Brown Bag Lunch Wednesday, April 25: Office 365 and SharePoint
Grab your lunch and join us for the next Brown Bag Lunch on Wednesday, April 25, in ARKU 308 SW. Beverly Edens will lead a discussion about what's new in Office 365 and SharePoint. You can also join online with WebEx.
If you are curious about a tech topic that is not already scheduled, contact email@example.com to suggest adding another event to the series.
Chris Butler, director, communications
University Information Technology Services
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