Education

Making literature come alive with Office 365

Today’s post was written by Kelli Etheredge, Teaching and Learning Resources Director at St. Paul’s Episcopal School.  A dedicated teacher turns her students onto reading and writing and improves their test results by including Office 365 in her lesson plans. Read how she and her students communicate and collaborate to extend learning beyond the boundaries of the classroom. While teaching is my second career—I like to call myself a recovering…

Office 15-Minute Webinars
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Webinar: Introducing OneNote for Mac

Wish fulfilled: OneNote is now available for Mac. If you’re a newbie, we’ll show you why OneNote rocks as we take it for a spin. If you have notebooks on your PC, we’ll show you how to use them on your Mac. Need a sneak peek? Here’s a 30-second trailer. What you will learn at Tuesday’s webinar Take a look OneNote on a Mac What is OneNote: a quick introduction Using notebooks from your…

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Discover Calendar Search in Outlook Web App

Have you ever been in the situation where you wanted to find an event on your calendar but you weren’t quite sure which week it was happening? Or where you wanted to quickly check if a colleague was available to meet at a particular time but didn’t want to bother them by asking? With the introduction of Calendar Search in Outlook Web App, it takes only a couple of clicks…

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OneDrive for Business—cloud file storage and sharing just got easier

Today at SharePoint Conference 2014 in Las Vegas, we shared exciting news about OneDrive for Business, and how we’re making it even easier for customers to get up and running quickly in the cloud. We announced that we’re introducing a new standalone OneDrive for Business subscription plan that includes Office Online, and that we’re adding enhancements to SharePoint 2013 in Service Pack 1 (SP1) that enable on-premises SharePoint users to configure…

Office 365

What’s New: February 2014

February has been filled with updates for the entire Office family.  Two services have been renamed and enhanced:  Office Web Apps is now Office Online; and SkyDrive Pro is now OneDrive for Business.  This has also been a big month for security and compliance related updates with improvements to authentication for Office 365 and Yammer, anti-spam and anti-malware enhancements, new email encryption options with S/MIME and Office 365 Message encryption, and…

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New resources for Office 365 and PowerShell

Greg Stemp is a writer on the Office 365 team. Now Office 365 administrators have a new single source to learn about managing Office 365 with Windows PowerShell.  What kind of information can you find there?  Well, take the centerpiece article for example: Six Reasons Why You Might Want to Use Windows PowerShell to Manage Office 365.This article not only shows you easy it is to use Windows PowerShell, but…

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Office 365 Message Encryption — now rolling out!

In November 2013, we announced Office 365 Message Encryption, a new easy-to-set-up-and-use email service that allows you to send encrypted mail to anyone. Today, we’re announcing the general availability of Office 365  Message Encryption. To start using the message encryption service today, you can purchase a subscription for Windows Azure Rights Management, which  also includes Information Rights Management capabilities, giving you a comprehensive solution to help protect your internal and…