Category Archives: Webcast

Australia Office Developer webinar – 11AM today

Following on from last week's well attended webinar, introducing the subject of developing for Office 365, Andrew Coates will start to dig into the specific topics. This week, at 11AM he will cover the basics of getting started with the Office 365 APIs, as you learn how you can build on top of Office 365 to create new services and features for your users.

The webinar runs today (Wednesday 26th Jan) at 11AM AEST (ie 11AM in Sydney, Canberra & Melbourne; 10AM in Brisbane; 10:30AM in Adelaide; and an early 8AM in Perth)

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Australia Office Developer webinar – 11AM today

Following on from last week’s well attended webinar, introducing the subject of developing for Office 365, Andrew Coates will start to dig into the specific topics. This week, at 11AM he will cover the basics of getting started with the Office 365 APIs, as you learn how you can build on top of Office 365 to create new services and features for your users.

The webinar runs today (Wednesday 26th Jan) at 11AM AEST (ie 11AM in Sydney, Canberra & Melbourne; 10AM in Brisbane; 10:30AM in Adelaide; and an early 8AM in Perth)

Make a dateAdd this webcast to your diary

 

 

 

If you joined last week, you can use the same link to join


There’s over a billion Office users, and over 200 million education customers using Office 365.… Visit the author's original post

Webcast – Developing on Office 365 in Education – Wednesday 20th January

There’s over a billion Office users, and over 200 million education customers using Office 365. And with the shift to the cloud with Office 365, Office has become a platform for developers, as well as a set of tools for users. Customers expect apps and web services to use their existing tools, rather than create a new one for each different system they use (things like email services, or calendars). So we have been working hard for a few years on making sure that Office provides ways for developers to create and integrate with it.… Visit the author's original post

Webcast – Developing on Office 365 in Education – Wednesday 20th January

There’s over a billion Office users, and over 200 million education customers using Office 365. And with the shift to the cloud with Office 365, Office has become a platform for developers, as well as a set of tools for users. Customers expect apps and web services to use their existing tools, rather than create a new one for each different system they use (things like email services, or calendars). So we have been working hard for a few years on making sure that Office provides ways for developers to create and integrate with it.… Visit the author's original post

Staff training for 2015: Work Wonders with Office 365

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Every Tuesday afternoon our Office team run free 15 minute webinars for users of Office 365 with handy hints and tips on getting the most of the Office suite, including handy user tips for PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook, Lync and Yammer. They run at 2pm AEST (ie perfect for an early-afternoon tea break Sydney-time Smile, and just before lunch in Perth), and are designed to give you just enough information to increase your proficiency with Office, but without overloading you.

It’s an ideal way to encourage your colleagues to learn a little more about the software that you’ve provided to them, and to help them get a step ahead.… Visit the author's original post

How do other education institutions solve their storage problems? Webinar

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Education customers have vast quantities of data to be stored – and demand for more storage from users is growing all the time. There are three basic choices:

  • Keep adding storage in-house in your own datacentre (even if you’re a smaller school with a little stack of servers, it’ll quickly grow to become a datacentre!)
  • Push all of your data into the cloud (and when each student gets 1TB of data storage on our Office 365 service, that’s an easy decision for some sets of data)
  • Build a hybrid model, with some data in your own datacentre, and some in the cloud

Although the hybrid model is the most popular (and let’s face it, that’s what most of your users are doing today anyway, whether or not you’ve sanctioned it) it also creates a new set of management problems as you constantly balance your data between the cloud and in-house services.… Visit the author's original post