Microsoft Office 365 for education launched

Microsoft Office 365 for education launched

Microsoft has launched a special edition of Office 365 for educational bodies.

This version is going to be made available to collaborating partners for free.

Microsoft spoke about this project:

Office 365 allows schools to teach from virtually anywhere*, reach more students, teach software skills employers are looking for and provide enterprise-class tools that reduce IT costs.

At BETT 2011 we announced that Office 365 would be coming to our education customers – an upgrade for the current Live@edu service used by over 22M users worldwide. Over the last few months some of our early adopter customers, including University of Dundee, Westminster University and The Schools Network (formerly SSAT) have been deploying this upgraded service and they’re really happy with the results.

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