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L.A. County chooses Office 365

Passion for Service: L.A. County Chooses Office 365

When we talk about technology that enables people to do more, the County of Los Angeles has made a move that brings this notion to life. The County is rolling out Office 365 to more than 100,000 employees, whose responsibilities span public safety, operations, and health and human services. In all, over 30 departments will make the move. This is an exciting step for the most populous county in the…

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For collaborating on projects,
Office Online is the best

College student Benjamin Park shares his experience with Office Online. I’m entering my senior year at the University of Michigan, majoring in Sociology with a minor in Complex Systems. This year, my courses required a lot of team projects, but it was my decision to get involved with the Up to Us campaign that really drove home the need to find the tools I could use to communicate and collaborate…

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American Cancer Society uses Office 365 to facilitate efficiency and boost the impact of lifesaving programs

“Because of the advancements in our collaboration and communication tools, everyone at American Cancer Society can do their jobs more efficiently. That means more human touch, which translates into more fundraising and more lives saved.” — Read more about the organization’s move to Office 365 in today’s post from Jay Ferro, CIO, ACS.

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OneNote on Surface Pro 3 in education: Writing, annotating, sketching, highlighting and drawing

Today, the Surface team announced an exclusive first look into the use of Surface Pro 3 in education. The 1:1 device-to-student vision of their IT Director, Rob Baker, at the Cincinnati Country Day School (CCDS) has created an environment in which the devices and services blend seamlessly into the learning process, enabled in large part by OneNote’s organization, collaboration and digital inking capabilities experienced on the Surface Pro 3. Check…

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Thailand selects Office 365 for every student in the country

Earlier today the Office of the Basic Education Commission (OBEC) in Thailand signed a memorandum of understanding that will provide 8 million students and 400,000 teachers across Thailand with free access to Microsoft Office 365 for education. The agreement represents the single biggest cloud service deployment for Microsoft in the education sector globally. Two million university students and staff members are already taking advantage of cloud technology through Office 365…

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Sky Zone makes giant leap in productivity and savings with
Office 365

Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park, a recreational entertainment company with locations across the United States, chose Office 365 over Google Apps to support its rapid growth. The move gave corporate employees and franchise owners unified tools that act as a competitive differentiator when it comes to professionalism, productivity, and customer service. We recently spoke with Tom Boyle, Global IT Director, Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park to get the details.

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The US Virgin Islands: Using Office 365 to achieve efficient,
citizen-centric government

“With Office 365, we can rely on dependable business productivity tools so that everyone is setting higher standards for their work, which ultimately translates into more efficient government services.” — Don’t miss the video and post from Reuben D. Molloy, Chief Information Technology Officer for the Gov’t of the US Virgin Islands

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Quality at his fingertips: How Boxing Fish Sushi is using OneNote to reinvent the catering business

On location sushi catering, literally “boxing fish” on-site, is anything but a normal business in Washington State. In fact, Kevin Griffin, founder and chef at aptly named Boxing Fish Sushi, is the one and only sushi caterer approved by the state’s health department. Kevin had been a sushi chef in San Diego in the past but it took a move back to his hometown of “foody” Seattle and a personal…