Stuart Moore of Generation-eOne of our cloud partners in education, Generation-e, are running a webinar in October, looking at how you can use our free and paid Office 365 for education cloud services. It's going to be held on Thursday 18th October, at 1PM AEST. The presenter, Stuart Moore, is a seasoned cloud professional and his experience across both education and other public sector organisations, means he'll be able to provide a good overview of what and what isn't possible.

Here's the details:

 

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Want to know what hundreds of schools in Australia are doing right now?

They’re moving to the cloud. Why? Because they see the value in using technology to help achieve learning outcomes.

To make it easy for schools to provide the best environment possible for students and staff, Microsoft offers a free cloud solution called Microsoft Office 365 for Education. As a baseline, the free subscription offers: 

  • Email, calendaring and web conferencing;
  • Online access to Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote;
  • Public websites and team intranets;
  • Guaranteed 99.9% uptime with 24x7 access;
  • Enterprise grade security including premium antivirus and configurable anti-spam filtering;
  • Live 24x7 IT level phone support.

To allow schools to extend the use of the cloud beyond the free offering, for a few dollars per month per user, schools can access:

  • Unlimited email storage and archiving;
  • A full subscription to Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote;
  • A complete PBX replacement using Microsoft Lync.

Join us for a 30 minute webinar as Microsoft cloud specialist Stuart Moore introduces you to Microsoft Office 365 for Education and shows you how Australian schools are using this free technology to:

  • Save around 20% of physical data storage and power costs;
  • Keep teachers, support staff, students and parents connected;
  • Assist with improving curriculum delivery to achieve learning outcomes.
 

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Find out more, and register, here