Microsoft Office 365 provides a cloud-based service that enables individuals and businesses to accomplish the tasks they want to, where they want to, when they want to, all with the familiar Microsoft Office platform they’ve been using for years. By enabling this experience across devices, both in the cloud and offline, it lets people accomplish more, easier, in a much more efficient way. Whether you are new to Microsoft Office 365 or have been using it for awhile, I thought I would let you know about many free resources we have available to you from Microsoft to help you get the most out of your Microsoft Office 365 subscription.
What’s New – Find out what’s New for each of the Microsoft Office 2013 applications you get with Microsoft Office 365:
Quick Start Guides – One of the more popular resources we have available are the “Quick Start Guides” that give you a “cheat sheet” on the various Microsoft Office applications to help you get the most from your Microsoft Office 2013 applications quickly:
Microsoft Virtual Academy Sessions – Microsoft Virtual Academy offers free online courses that you can take on a variety of topics, right from the convenience of your home or office. Here are some Microsoft Office 365 Virtual Academy sessions for you to take advantage of:
Free eBooks – There are several free eBooks that we have available for you to download and use on Office 365:
Video Sessions – We have several free video training sessions available online for you to use as well:
Are you a U.S. Microsoft Partner? If so, check out these other resources we have available for you to utilize:
Support - Do you need support with Office 365? We have a variety of online support resources available for you.
Latest News and Information – Want to always have the latest info and news from the Microsoft Office and Office 365 teams? Be sure to download and install the Microsoft Info Partner mobile app to your Windows Phone and get access to the latest news and info from HUNDREDS of Microsoft resources right at your fingertips.
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I heard about this on windows weekly and really pleased I have visited.
I have passed this site onto my 80+ engineers.
Really great work!
Thanks for the feedback, James, and glad you found it helpful.
Same here. Heard about it from MJ Foley on WW.. Great resources! Thanks.
Off topic question.. Is there any reason MS would not consider creating a ModernUI app that emulates the media extender functionality found on the XBOX 360 or Ceton Echo? I understood it when Xbox was being "presented" as that solution - but with the Xbox One not offering extender functionality - it would be great to have a ModerUI version of it.
An avid MS Supporter!
Ben - I am completely the wrong person to answer that question. You might ask Major Nelson (http://www.MajorNelson.com) or our Xbox team on Twitter: http://Twitter.com/xbox.
I am not sure how easy or to struggle to learn the window 365 with your tutorials ?
Love these! Do you have these guides in French?