Microsoft bans swearing on Skype, in email, Bing and Office 365 docs

Microsoft has advised users of upcoming changes to its services' terms-of-use agreement that will make it a potentially account-closing offence to use offensive language on Skype or in a Word document.

The tweaked agreement, which comes into effect on May 1, 2018, includes the following new code-of-conduct item:
Don’t publicly display or use the Services to share inappropriate content or material (involving, for example, nudity, bestiality, pornography, offensive language, graphic violence, or criminal activity).
And if you disobey?
If you violate these Terms, we may stop providing Services to you or we may close your Microsoft account.

How to use Microsoft Teams ?

We are pleased to share in this blog our webinar of March 2nd on "How to use Microsoft Teams?".

Microsoft Teams is a new solution specifically designed for team collaboration. Although it shares some of the features of Yammer and Skype, Teams brings unique and great new features to your applications.

Empowering Connected Societies

From cities as large as Mumbai to the smaller community of Tucson, Arizona and everywhere in between, citizens around the world are flocking to city centers at historic rates. More than 50 percent of the world’s population can now be found living in urban areas, and by 2050, nearly 70 percent of the global population—more than 6 billion people—will live in cities.

Microsoft Teams in Office 365 Education updates rolling out, with more coming soon

Over the course of debuting Microsoft Teams in Office 365 Education, we’ve been privileged to have educators from across the globe join us in creating technology to foster collaborative classrooms and improve student learning outcomes.

Whether it’s through events like Hack the Classroom, or message boards on the Microsoft Educator Community (MEC), or in conversations over social media with our product team members, we’ve been listening to your feedback and incorporating your ideas and diversity of needs into the Teams experience.

Modern classroom collaboration with Office 365 for Education

New innovations in Office 365 for Education

With more than 100 million active users, Office 365 empowers individuals, teams and entire organizations to communicate and collaborate. Office 365 for Education builds on this foundation and adds education-specific innovations like the OneNote Class Notebook and Learning Tools—creating the most complete, intelligent and secure service for teaching and learning.

Office 365 Groups for Schools and Universities


We are pleased to share with you, in our blog of December 15, our webinar on "Office 365 Groups for Schools and Universities".
With Office 365, Microsoft's online collaboration platform, students and teachers have access to a package of services that provide multiple supports in the work to be provided before, during and after classes.

Cloud Productivity in Education: Administrators

This week, our blog series focuses on Cloud Productivity in the Education system. Today's blog will focus specifically on Administrators, but be sure to check out our previous blogs about Cloud productivity in the education system.

Administrators in the education system face many challenges that can be resolved with an infrastructure migration to a Cloud service like Microsoft’s Office 365. That’s right, O365 provides a large amount of tools to help administrators face challenges such as providing always-on access to support educators and students, protecting sensitive information, reducing inefficiencies, and connecting and building meaningful relationships with alumni and other donors.

Cloud Productivity in Education: Students

This week, our blog series focuses on Cloud Productivity in the Education system. Today's blog will focus specifically on Students, but be sure to check out upcoming blog on Administrators in the education system.

Students are our future, and they stand to benefit the most from an infrastructural change to the Cloud in the education industry.