Presentation on theme: "Cloud Services for Education"— Presentation transcript:
1 Cloud Services for Education Karen McGregor, Education Solution Specialist | Microsoft Canada
2 Microsoft cloud productivity vision 4/16/2017Microsoft cloud productivity visionBest Productivity Experience Across Desktop, Phone, and BrowserThe Cloud on Your TermsOnlineOn-premisesENTERPRISE CONTENT MANAGEMENTUNIFIED COMMUNICATIONSBUSINESS INTELLIGENCEENTERPRISE SEARCHCOLLABORATION
3 Cloud services in Education: Live@Edu and beyond
4 Information Shared Seamlessly MicrosoftNo cost and collaboration services, co-brandedSingle Sign OnInformation Shared SeamlesslyCo-brandedEnd User ExperienceExtend Office with Office Live Workspace to collaborate on projects & docsThe Exchange experience with 10-GB Outlook Live inbox, calendar & contacts25 GB of online storage with Windows Live SkyDriveStay in touch, instantly with Windows Live MessengerIT ManagedSelf ManagedSecure and reliable platformSimple to deploy and manage24x7 supportEasy to build and extendIT Experience
5 Customer Examples: Deploying Microsoft cloud solutions The Kentucky Department of Education opted for the cloud and implemented a Microsoft-based hosted messaging and collaboration solution. Teachers, staff and students can access information in the cloud virtually anytime, anywhere, through popular Web browsers and from any Internet-connected PC or mobile phone.Purely OnlineMiddlesex University selected Microsoft-based cloud services for their 33,000 students and decided to continue using its Exchange Server–based system for faculty. With a Middlesex was able to expand to meet the growing volume of and also offer students a variety of online tools for collaboration with a single communication platform based on Microsoft technologies.HybridEastern decided to offer Microsoft cloud-based messaging to their students in conjunction with their previous service. Over 2,200 students enrolled gradually over the first year, plus another 2,600 the following year after the previous service was discontinued. After experiencing the power of cloud and its benefits, Eastern is in the process of moving their alumni to the platform as well.Scale Over TimeKentucky Department of Education - The Kentucky Department of Education has selected Microsoft to bring 21st century communications and collaboration tools to more than 700,000 students, faculty and staff statewide. The cloud-based service has already been rolled out to more than half a million people in one of the largest cloud deployments and fastest migrations of all time. The state expects to avoid $6.3 million in operational costs over four years by moving to the cloud withMiddlesex University - Middlesex University serves 33,000 students, with campuses in London and Dubai. The university was using an on-premises system based on Microsoft® Exchange Server that it wanted to expand to meet the growing volume of e- mail and to offer students a variety of online tools for collaboration. Middlesex chose Microsoft for its student system and decided to continue using its Exchange Server–based system for faculty. With students have a single account with which to access , a Microsoft Office Live Workspace for storing and sharing documents, Windows Live™ Messenger, and Windows Live SkyDrive™ storage technology. Now, Middlesex can ease the burden of IT management by using a single communication platform based on Microsoft technologies. The new communication and collaboration solution has enhanced the student learning experience at Middlesex University.Eastern Washington University - Located near Spokane, Eastern Washington University is one of the state’s fastest-growing public institutions. But the university’s hosted service was not user friendly, and the administration wanted to provide a better solution to help students stay in touch with peers and communicate with faculty. Students voted overwhelmingly to replace the existing service with Microsoft® a set of free communication and collaboration services hosted by Microsoft. Students like the familiar user interface of the Windows Live™ Hotmail® Web-based service, and the ability to choose their own user names and share calendars when arranging meetings. In the first two years, more than 6,500 accounts have been activated, totaling 65 percent of the campus population. By retiring the previous service, the university estimates it will save U.S.$70,000 over three years.
7 MICROSOFT SOFTWARE AS A SERVICE OFFERINGS Enterprise Class Software Hosted by Microsoft
8 Live@edu to Office 365 for education Self ManagedIT ManagedExchange OnlineCloud-based , calendar and contacts with always-up-to-date protection from viruses and spam.Collaboration | Storage | MessagingOffice Web Apps | Sky Drive | Windows Live Messenger10GB Exchange experience25GB online storage with SkyDriveWindows Live MessengerWeb Apps with SkyDriveSharePoint OnlineCloud-based service for creating sites to connect educators and students. Create and share with Office Web Apps.Lync OnlineInstant messaging, presence, and online meeting experiences with PC-audio, video conferencing and screen sharing.OnlineSocial Networking ConnectorsFacebook | TwitterMicrosoft® Office Professional PlusThe world’s leading productivity tool now seamlessly connected and delivered with cloud services.