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  • Blog Post: School 1:1 programmes–Miami-Dade County Public Schools announce 100,000 Windows 8 devices

    We’ve just announced that Miami Dade County Public Schools in the USA will be providing 100,000 Windows 8 devices for their students by August 2015, starting this term with HP and Lenovo computers for 13,000 primary and 15,000 middle school students. It is part of the bigger programme of technology...
  • Blog Post: University of New England heads to Lync for 23,000 students and staff

    Last week we were able to announce the news that the University of New England, in Armidale in northern New South Wales, has become the latest big education customer to use Microsoft Lync for real-time communications. It will become the way that their 23,000 students and staff can collaborate and communicate...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Surface

    Just in case you missed it, something happened in LA yesterday : Visit the Microsoft Surface website
  • Blog Post: Integrating a learning platform with Office 365–LP+

    I just got an embargoed press release from the UK Learning Possibilities team for 15th June – and luckily for us, I can write about it already as we’re half a day ahead of the UK In a nutshell, LP+ is a rich Virtual Learning Environment for schools built on SharePoint 2010, which is...
  • Blog Post: Catholic International Education Office picks Office 365 for education for new social network for Catholic Education

    Hot news over on the Microsoft News Centre , that the Catholic International Education Office (OIEC) has entered into an education alliance with Microsoft to provide Office 365 for education for its community of Catholic schools across the world as part of a new Social Network for Catholic Education...
  • Blog Post: The largest education cloud customer starts using Live@edu

    Last week we announced that the All India Council for Technical Education ( AICTE ) has chosen the Microsoft Live@edu cloud-based email for their 7,000,000 students. The staggering scale of the AICTE – with 10,000 technical colleges, and half a million staff, on top of their 7 million students makes...
  • Blog Post: Total spend on ICT in education in Australia to reach $3.2 billion by 2015

    IDC have released a report on the Australian Education ICT market ( you can buy it here, if you’ve got a spare $4,500 ), and a matching press release ( which is free fortunately ). The headline numbers are: The Australian Education ICT market size is $2.8bn this year, expecting to grow to reach $3.2bn...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft worldwide Education Partner of the Year

    The World Partner Conference kicks off in Los Angeles next month, and in the build up to it, we’ve just announced the results of the Microsoft Partner of Year Awards for 2011. It’s a tough race, with over 3,000 companies entering from over 100 countries – and the judging process is tough on the entrants...
  • Blog Post: Being a Microsoft partner is good for business. So what?

    The main Microsoft News Centre , where we publish all of our global press releases, is reporting that new IDC research estimates that Microsoft partners worldwide (all 640,000 of them) generated revenues of $580 billion in 2010, up a fifth over the last three years. And the calculation shows that for...
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