Spelling mistake is part of the demo in which we show how to change documents in the browser but also how to spell Lync if searching it in the browsers
Editingpowerpoint in browser
Key points:Office 365 is actually 3 separate products.
Key points:Free for Plan A2 – everything you will see today (and seen) is free today and will remain freeA3 – A4 are additional paid services should you require high level featureslive@edu customers will be auto upgraded but September to Exchange Online (all you have to do is add the A2 licence (which is free of course) to get SharePoint and Lync)
Key pointsThey are 3 separate products but use the same identity systemThe identity system can be synced with active directory to allow single sign on from the desktop
Key PointsCommunities – how they can be used across the classroom, after school clubs, best practice of work for studentsCommunities – hashtags for classes which can then be used for topics, work, clubs etcNewsfeed – central place to follow information that is in your school, including the hashtags from communitiesNewsfeed – click sites to see all sites you actively useMySite – new mysite area (pre opened because I don’t want to use the word skydrive) – where all my documents can sit – show sync button to demonstrate it can be used offline and explain how it worksMySite – Create documents in the cloud and show off SurveysIt can all be turned off so you don’t have to use it.Back to this slide to review what they saw
Key points:Mobile access across multiple devices (not just Microsoft)Exchange mailbox size – 25GBLync for Mobile is not a fully functional version. – also available on other devices such as iPhone and separate Windows 8 app.Back to this slide to review what they saw
Key points:Everything you have seen today is available for free and can be signed up now!
Time to upgrade to office 2013 and office 365 for education, but why
Lync SharePoint ExchangeAdmin Portal/Identity System