I wanted to drop you a quick note to direct you at a K-12 Live@edu webcast we will present on May 11th 2010.  The Live@edu program is going from strength to strength right now.  Check out some of our customer stories: Coos Bay (OR), Marion County Public Schools (FL), and Kalani High School (HI).  

 

The program incorporates a range of free, hosted applications for use in your; everything from email through to storage and collaborative tools.  The offering is flexible so that you can make use of whatever is most compelling.  If you already have student email, for example, you can simply use our other online services.

 

Come to the webcast to learn all about recent updates in functionality for your students and school IT administrators. Come and hear about the exciting plans for the introduction of SharePoint online and the Office Web Applications into the mix in 2010.

Session Topics:

·         What is Live@edu?

·         What is Outlook Live?

·         Outlook Live for the Student

·         Office Web Applications

·         Outlook Live for the administrator

·         Roadmap

 

Here is a brief look at some of our more popular services that we offer.  We provide a more comprehensive list here: http://get.liveatedu.com/

 

 

Give students the full Exchange experience.

·         10 GB inbox, 20 MB attachments

·         Optimized Outlook experience

·         Shared calendar and contacts

·         Full granularity of control

 

Microsoft Office Live Workspace is your online place to save, access, and share documents and files. No downloads are required.

  • Password-protected online storage for 5GB of documents
  • Extension of Microsoft Office
  • Collaborate with others, even if they don't have Office
  • Individual documents can be as large as 25MB

 

Store documents online and access them from any computer and share with others.

  • 25 GB password-protected online storage
  • Create private, shared, and public folders
  • Microsoft Office Web Applications coming very soon

 

Find out more?

 


There are a range of resources that are available to assist you in your evaluation ranging from high-level overview content to more technical deployment material.  Here are just some of them:

 

·         http://get.liveatedu.com/ - the primary program website.

·         http://help.outlook.com/  - the primary technical reference for the program related to Outlook Live.

·         http://liveatedu.spaces.live.com/ - a blog containing a wealth of useful tips, tricks, and podcasts relating to the program.

·         http://outlookliveanswers.com/ - an online forum for administrators and end-users.