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Time to Sunset Internet Explorer

In the opening sequence of Stephen Colbert’s show he always mentions a few mock-worthy news stories. On Tuesday the opening included: “There’s a critical security flaw in Internet Explorer which is terrible news for anyone living in 1995.” IE stopped being my primary browser years ago – it became a bloated and unreliable piece of […]

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Co-authoring in Office Web Apps

Microsoft just announced the release of a co-authoring feature of Office Web Apps. This was a definite hole in their product, one that Google Apps for Education did not have. Some of my colleagues have been on the fence about whether they should implement Google Apps or Office Web Apps (Live @EDU) I wonder if […]

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Microsoft Webinars – Learn about New Licensing Method

In Massachusetts, Microsoft has recently introduced a new education agreement that will allow schools to purchase Microsoft software based on the number of employees, rather tan on the number of computers. This is good new for schools. Microsoft is offering some webinars about the new Enrollment for Education Services (EES) agreement and the Enterprise CAL […]

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Webinar: Microsoft Live@edu Deployment Best Practices

from Microsoft: Microsoft Live@edu Deployment Options and Best Practices Office Hours Live Dec 14 10:00AM-11:30AM Pacific Time Join Microsoft Live@edu Solution Specialists for a how to session on deployment of Live@edu. During this session we will share best practices and case studies of deployments, plus you will have the opportunity to ask questions and have […]

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