Office 365 Education is built for teachers and students, full of powerful tools, and accessible from your favorite devices. If you don’t know what Office 365 Education is, or if you want to expand what you're currently using to additional service components of interest to your school, this overview will excite the possibilities of how Office 365 creates immersive and inclusive learning experiences.
Bring students and faculty up to date with the latest Office applications using Office 365 ProPlus. Not only do Office 365 services update on a monthly basis, now Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, and more receive new features to enable students, faculty, and staff to work together more easily, gather and analyze information, and represent their learning.
As you start using the administrator tools to make services available to your school, it's important to understand Microsoft’s cloud principles as they relate to Office 365 Education. There's a balancing act between maintaining compliance with local requirements and protecting sensitive student, faculty, and research information while enabling teams to share and collaborate.
Making Office 365 Education available to your school community can enable collaboration, critical thinking, and creativity. These deployment resources can get you started today.
Discover what's possible for real-time communications with the power of Cloud PBX, PSTN Conferencing, and PSTN Calling. Office 365 E5 enables a single modern voice solution for your conferencing, collaboration, and meeting needs.
It's never been easier to get classrooms running Windows, which is built for education, respecting student data privacy while making deployment easier.
Help protect your institution with Enterprise Mobility Suite (EMS), which provides security for mobile, on-premises, and cloud resources.
This webcast will share how Tacoma Public Schools used data to achieve their school district’s outcome goal and increased graduation rates from 55% to 82.5%.
Get ready to discover your new favorite classroom tools, OneNote Class Notebook and the OneNote Staff Notebook! Learn how these free tools will help your faculty and staff save time on class administration so that they can spend more time working directly with students.
The Microsoft Education team is excited to bring you new tools to help you and your staff do more in the classroom and redefine learning. In this webinar we will introduce some of the key experiences we will be making available for the next school year.
In this on demand series, get the latest education-related technology news, tips and tricks that will prepare you for back-to-school and beyond.
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Join Microsoft & DynTek for a discussion and demonstration on Microsoft’s Enterprise Mobility Suite (EMS), a cloud-based mobile management system built around the user identity to provide user productivity−anywhere, on any device, authenticated access to apps and data and remote device management across platforms.
In this introductory session, we will review how you can bring the Cloud to your institution with Windows Azure. Azure is an open and flexible cloud platform that enables you to quickly build, deploy and manage applications and services across a global network of Microsoft-managed datacenters.
In this on-demand webinar hosted by Sada Systems and Microsoft experts, we will highlight the benefits and features of bringing Cloud to Education with Microsoft Azure.
In this Microsoft Azure for Disaster Recovery webinar, you'll learn how to have a strong disaster recovery solution in place in case the worst-case scenario happens
Device Based Activation is a new Office 365 ProPlus deployment methodology that uses click-to-run install in scenarios that usually require an MSI install. This new methodology is specifically designed for schools to accelerate transitioning to Office 365 ProPlus.