Water Cooler Interview with Jeff Becraft from AT&T

Play Water Cooler Interview with Jeff Becraft from AT&T

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    Tracey Nolte

    Don't forget to check out his blog: http://www.becraftsblog.com/ especially when talking about cloud computing. I forsee that AT&T SharePoint hosting will be beneficial for most companies of any size. I am glad I have the privlege to work at AT&T with Jeff and look forward to the great things his team is doing.

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