With the back-to-school season upon us, it’s time for parents and students to start thinking about what they need to make this year the best yet. To help celebrate this back-to-school season and put the latest technology in the hands of parents and kids, Office is putting the “back” in “back to school” by kicking off a fun (and nostalgic) sweepstakes with the help of famed actress, author and mom,…
As a Program Manager at Microsoft and founder of the band Bright White Lightning, Scott Snyder has a lot of computers and just as many musical instruments. Check out how Scott and his bandmates use OneNote to keep gear, songs, projects, brainstorms and gigs all in one place to stay organized and in sync.
The Explorer program allows college students to experience different disciplines at Microsoft. Aaron Malveaux joins us from Howard University in Washington, D.C., where he studies computer science and is active on campus and in the surrounding community. To welcome Aaron as an intern on the OneNote team, we asked him about his Microsoft experience. Here’s what Aaron had to say.
While Microsoft Office 365 is a relevant tool for everyone from business professionals to families, the new Office 365 University is a dedicated offering for college and university students. Learn how guest blogger and Her Campus contributor Sarah Casimong uses new features that made life easier in college and beyond.
You’ve been a tremendous help in making Outlook.com a better service for all of us–and the world’s fastest growing email service–so we want to take a moment to say thank you. Your feedback has been key to delivering over 600 additions, changes and improvements, packaged in 34 feature releases in the last year.
Today, we released Service Pack 2 (SP2) for the Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010 set of products. SP2 provides key updates and fixes across our servers, services and applications including security, stability, and performance enhancements and provides better compatibility with Windows 8, Internet Explorer 10, Office 2013, and SharePoint 2013.
Today, we are pleased to share that the City of San José has selected Microsoft Office 365, Microsoft Windows Azure and StorSimple to expand the productivity potential of its more than 5,000 city employees, reduce operational costs, and deliver improved services to over 984,000 residents in the Capital of Silicon Valley. To learn more about today’s news and how San José will use these products to streamline their business, please…