Should a university teach a course on Excel? I have heard this question a lot. But while doing research for my Ph.D. thesis at Delft University of Technology, I noticed the whole world is run by Excel.—Read more from Felienne Hermans, an assistant professor at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands on teaching Excel to university students.
We decided to go to the cloud—specifically Microsoft Office 365—because it provides an accessible and scalable collaborative platform across multiple device platforms. By using Office 365, our employees stay connected to the company and to one another all of the time. – Read the full post from Air Canada’s CIO
Sammamish High School is a public, neighborhood high school serving 950 students in a diverse suburb of Seattle. Students come from 53 different countries and speak 42 different languages. On the second day of school we distributed laptops with digital ink capacity to all of our students. We’re now six months into using laptops and OneNote Class Notebooks.
My music has always sown the seeds of my dreams, but new technologies have been the thing that’s made them bloom. I can count on one hand the times I’ve been moved, inspired, instantly aligned with a tool, a device. It happened the other day when I first saw Sway. —Read more from Daria Musk on how she uses Sway to bring her music to life.
“Our educational philosophy at the Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) is deeply rooted in the culture of our country and we are committed to preparing our students for a modern, global workplace.” —Read about the role Office 365 plays in transforming education at Universitas Gadjah Mada in this post by Widyawan, PhD, director for the Directorate of Systems and Information Resources.
Pushing the technology envelope brings innovation and mobility to clients—that’s real value that we add to help them achieve strategic objectives. After evaluating the pros and cons, it clearly made sense to move to Office 365 because we would save between 20 and 35 percent on our IT costs. —Read more about Michael Baker International’s move to Office 365.