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Microsoft, with Windows 10, supports educators as they work to ensure that today's school leavers are knowledgeable young adults aware of the wider world, flexible, open to ideas. The following eBook - Windows 10 in Education - gives some great insights into how the latest and greatest features in Windows 10 can work together in education.
From all of us here at the Microsoft in Education team, we'd like to say a big thank you to everyone who visited our stand at BETT 2016, as well as the Microsoft Partner Village. Once again we were incredibly fortunate to have been joined by a number of our #MIEExpert teachers and Showcase School Leaders, who shared their stories and expertise through a number of sessions in both our Learn Live Theatre, and the Showcase Classroom.
As we reach the midway point of BETT 2016, we’re pleased to be able to share another post from a one of our Microsoft in Education partners. Exhibiting at BETT for the first time and showcasing a number orf education solutions is bfc networks, who can be found in the Microsoft Partner Village (C100).
A decidedly chilly morning in London's Docklands region soon transformed into a red hot day of activity, as the exhibitors and attendees at the ExCel took a collective deep breath, and launched head first into the a phenomenally busy but hugely enjoyable opening day at BETT 2016.
To coincide with BETT 2016, we're pleased to announce further educational discounts on Surface 3 bundle deals. Between now and the 31st of March Microsoft will be offering extra discounts into the channel for Education of up to 30% on Surface 3 Education bundles*. Additionally, all Surface 3 Education bundle orders from February 1st will ship with the new Surface Pro 4 pen.
Another Microsoft in Education partner exhibiting at BETT 2016 is Group Call (stand B188), one of the education sector market leaders in communication and data extraction tools since launching in 2002. The following guest post looks at the IDaaS, and the role Microsoft Azure plays in enabling schools to meaningfully move to the cloud.