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Technology is enabling new ways of working

Jeff Teper is the Corporate Vice President of Office Service and Servers group. It’s an exhilarating time for our industry, our company, and for Office. At the last SharePoint Conference we talked about technology megatrends that are changing the way people work: cloud, social, mobile, and big data. These trends are still alive and well today, and they are active change agents in markets, industries, and companies across the world.…

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Webinar: Working with Office Online and OneDrive

Office Online is more than the new name for the free, browser-based versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote that anyone can use on multiple devices. We’ll show you how to collaborate with others in real time and store documents in the cloud (yes, we’ll explain that too) with OneDrive and 7 GB of free storage. What you will learn at Tuesday’s webinar Create & share docs for free with Office Online Storing docs with…

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Webinar: Getting Office 365 for your nonprofit

Office 365 is now available for qualifying nonprofits through its software donation program. The donation allows nonprofits to get the latest services such as robust, commercial-free email, calendar, instant messaging, and web conferencing tools. Watch the trailer or click “read more” below to watch the full webinar. What you will learn at Tuesday’s webinar What you get for free with Office 365 for Office 365 for Nonprofits plans and pricing Help protect your…

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Nonprofit moves to Office 365 and SharePoint Online to improve income generation

The British Ballet Organization (BBO) trains students and teachers in the globally respected BBO syllabi. As a nonprofit organization, we organize courses and events locally, nationally, and internationally to enrich lives through the medium of dance. Working on these events was a challenge because we had limited collaboration tools. We had a shared file server running on an old PC in the office, and I worried about losing teacher, student,…