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Microsoft 365 Education: A World Beyond the Classroom

Did you know: The Microsoft 365 Education suite is now available on the CSP platform. Not only does Microsoft 365 bring together the Windows 10, Office 365 and the Enterprise Mobility Suite for security and management, but it also includes Minecraft: Education Edition to students and teachers. Dedicated to empowering educators and students, Microsoft has …

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Office 365 Education: Back to School Updates

As kids go back to school this fall, Microsoft is rolling out some new features that continue to support the important role that technology has in learning. Here are some of the most exciting new releases we’ve heard about recently. Make Every Minute Count Teachers give their all to their students and work well beyond …

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How to Restrict Student Email in Exchange Online

As a two time Microsoft Education Partner of the Year Award Winner, we are commonly asked by our Education clients how to restrict student email in Exchange Online.  We work with many K-12 and Higher Education institutions around the world. Similar to how small and midsized businesses have different requirements than our enterprise customers, education clients …

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How To Guide: Create a Blank Address List in Office 365

For K-12 and higher education IT administrators, managing students’ mailboxes is a task that requires unique treatment. Unlike in most corporate environments, users should not have full access to the global address list of faculty/staff, alumni and other students.  In order to control communication access for students and protect identities, it’s important to consider setting up …

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WSJ posts “Microsoft Has Its ‘Groove Back,’ Say Some CIOs”

Last week, the Wall Street Journal published the following article. It includes a quote from Michael Sajor, the CIO of Apollo Education Group, a company COMPAREX had the pleasure of recently migrating to the cloud, totaling over 300,000 seats. — Vince Kellen, the CIO of the University of Kentucky, accesses email from his iPhone using …

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