It’s been an interesting summer. I’m sure that amongst other things, the ever-busy IT legends in schools up and down the country have been spending their time upgrading those last few computers away from Windows XP, maybe shutting down that last creaky Windows Server 2003 machine or just trying to hold everything together for GCSE and A-Level results days.
As the students and teachers begin to pour through the doors in the coming days, why not give the students something extra to kick-start the next school year? 5 copies of Office 365 ProPlus (that’s the full Office client in case you aren’t sure) for no additional cost to your Microsoft licensing?
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Office 365, as a suite of services, has a number of different “packages” or SKUs that it uses to bundle services together at different price bands so that customers have flexibility over how much they consume of their cloud services. Office 365 broke these into different tracks based on whether you were an enterprise, a small business, home user, education, government and so on.
From this October, 2014, Microsoft is making changes to Office 365 offer names, simplifying the naming conventions used for education, government and non-profits. Read on to find out more…
Inspired by Paul Thurrott, I thought it was about time I documented my kit that I use on a daily basis; especially since I spend a lot of my time selling Windows 8, devices and “flexible working” to my customers.
In my role as a technology solutions specialist I get to play with some fancy gadgets from time to time, but the “core” of my kit doesn’t change that often. So here goes…