Each year, around this time, I play a game of AP Calculus Jeopardy with my class. Using OneNote to take the game beyond simply an in-class experience certainly enhanced this activity. And I love the fact that students have created an organized, searchable resource (ePortfolio) to study from! —Read more on how Stacey Roshan uses OneNote in Education.
I’ve seen “Send to OneNote” as a print option for over a decade. But until just over a year ago, it meant nothing to me. That is when the school board approved funding for the Going Digital initiative. OneNote has been a major player in our plan—from the first planning stages of Going Digital to teacher collaboration before the 1-to-1 rollout, to teacher and student communication in class.
“Customers have come to trust that products with the UL mark are safe and reliable. Companies worldwide have trusted UL with their most secret product information. And now, UL trusts Microsoft to help create a future that is safe and to help us innovate at the speed of our customers.” Bob Jamieson, information security director for UL. —Learn why UL trusts Office 365 and the Microsoft cloud.
Today at Microsoft Ignite, we announced some exciting new Office 365 admin features. We focused on two key themes important to you—the Office 365 IT administrator—visibility and control. Enhancing these attributes, gives you greater capability to monitor how your organization is running and enable the necessary controls to keep your data safe.
We understand the transition you are making from traditional change management you drove in an on-premises software world to the faster pace of change you are experiencing with cloud services like Office 365. Today we are sharing new capabilities that will help you to better manage changes in Office 365. These enhancements are based on your feedback and our commitment to helping you adopt a cloud change management model while…