Slide Objective: Clearly define the core services that are part of the free Live@edu offer – email, storage, and collaboration services. Provide overview of the IT and end user experience. High level overview of business model – why are we doing this?Talking Points:Live@edu meets and supports your userswhere they already are – online. Live@edu starts with a school branded and managed Windows Live ID – providing access to both IT managed email services and self managed storage & collaboration services. They have access to their “digital campus” – co-branded email, storage, as well as access to collaboration and productivity services:With Outlook Live, users can have a 10GB inbox, calendar, and contacts that they canaccess anywhereWith SkyDrive they have an additional 25 GB in online storage space to share documents among devices and with others.Office Live Workspace enables students and faculty to create their own sites to store, access, and share documents and files. Specifically designed to work with Microsoft Office applications, Office Live Workspace has room for more than 1000 files and enhances a student’s ability to work efficiently and collaborate with peers. For end users, they can sign on with a single identity to access these services, as well school services you choose to integrate with. These services will be co-branded with your school logo and colors to be consistent with your brand and school identity. Students also want to share information seamlessly between services – for example, viewing a fellow student’s calendar or starting a live chat from their Outlook Live account – Live @edu facilitates these seamless interactions. Live@edu also provides a great experience for the IT organization. Live@edu is secure and reliable…see talking points from previous slide and review here. However, on the occasion you need assistance, we provide 24x7 phone support for your IT staff. ADD BUSINESS MODEL TALKING POINTSAnd it must be going through your minds: Why is a profit making company like Microsoft doing this?Answer: Point out that software usage in college/school drives long term preferences for students. And we want to provide both brand awareness and brand value to students around Microsoft. Point out education is always the trend setter in adopting new delivery mechanisms and school plays a important role in helping solidify their partnership with Microsoft, as Microsoft becomes a software and services companyPoint that we totally expect schools to see the value in adopting our premium service offerings for a certain segment. For example, we see tremendous value in schools adopting Unified Messaging and OCS for long term cost savings for faculty and staff. Similarly, data archiving is a requirement for faculty and staff – we want to ensure that we provide such capabilities through our premium service while providing the essential service to your students.
DELETE THIS SLIDE UNTIL DEMO IS AVAILABLE (OR USE TO RECAP YOUR OWN DEMO) Slide Objective:Recap on the key points from the demoTalking Points:As you saw in the demo, Live@edu meets your students where they already are – online. With one logon they can:*access all their email in their 10GB inbox, including other accounts they choose to aggregate*store files in their 25GB virtual hard drive, and*effectively work with teams via Office Live WorkspaceAlso, giving students access to these Microsoft technologies today will ready them to immediately contribute in their future jobs
Slide Objective:Illustrate how these services are accessible from anywhere, even MACs, with one ID. Note to presenter: Office Live Workspace does not have Safari support. However, all other Live@edu services are supported by Safari. Talking Points:Students are always on the go – they need technology that meets them where they are at…online 24x7. Their Windows Live identity gives them access to their“digital campus” (documents, calendar, email, school info, etc.) wherever they are. Live@edu is supported on all major browser – Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Safari, as well as on both PCs and MACs. A large percentage of your students have mobile devices that help them stay connected throughout the day. Live@edu supports them with access to email, IM, texting, calendar and campus directory on those devices.
Slide Objective: Illustrate how Live@edu services are integrated (e.g., Messenger and Outlook Live) for a more seamless end user experience Highlight some of the basic attributes of the Live@edu UITalking Points:Students have also told us that them want a seamless integrated experience that makes their lives easier. After logging on with their Windows Live ID, end users can easily communicate and collaborate across school services. This is a view from Outlook Live. <1st click> You can see how your end users will immediately identify that these are online services are your school services – school logo and colors and links to other school services and sites. <2nd click> End users can easily view calendar reminders and other notifications. They can also easily see who is online and choose to email or chat with others within their network. <3rd click> There is great contact and calendar integration as well. They can see not only their Outlook contacts, but also their Instant Messenger or Live Services contacts. You see here that Lisa saw Dharam was online and started a real time chat regarding meeting up in the library.
Slide Objective:Highlight how easy it is for end users to manage their communications and stay organizedTalking Points: School life can be hectic – making classes, getting homework done, and having time to hang out with friends and enjoy campus life. Students have told us they want technology that helps them easily organize their lives and their stuff. Outlook Live has many features to help users to manage their email traffic. For example, sorting through email threads can be very timing consuming. “Conversation view” in Outlook Live groups all emails that are part of a given conversation (i.e., subject line) from any folder, sent items or inbox. This allows the end user to see an entire conversation and focus on responding to the latest communication. Here you’ll see three students talking about a presentation they are creating for their class. Lisa can quickly sort the conversation to see all comments and respond to the current mail or start a live chat. In this example, Lisa utilizes the shared calendar feature in Outlook Live to propose a time for everyone to meet and sends everyone a link to the current presentation on their OfficeLive Workspace.
Slide Objective:Overview of Skydrive and how end users can take advantage of 25GB of extra space Talking Points: Today the data storage needs of your end users continue to grow rapidly. It’s a great value to have an extra password protected 25GB of free space for each user, that is accessible from anywhere. No more investing in and carrying around flash drives. You can share your school files, as well as photos and video files with ease. Skydrive is also password protected, so it’s only accessible by those approved by the account owner.
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