I would like to invite you to join Microsoft at the SUNY Technology Conference. On Tuesday, June 21 from 1:00-1:45, we will be doing a presentation on the Cloud and how it relates to Office 2010, Office Web Apps, Live@EDU and IT Academy. While many SUNY schools are already using these technologies, this can be a good way to learn the most up to date information on these Microsoft services and how they can help save you money and become more productive. Live@edu offers educational institutions free hosted, co-branded communication and collaboration services for students, faculty, and alumni. With 10 gigabytes (GB) of e-mail storage, it’s the no-cost Outlook Live e-mail service built on Exchange 2010. Furthermore, Microsoft IT Academy offers the opportunity for faculty to stay up to date on the latest Microsoft technologies. Best of all, its built-in flexibility makes it easy to integrate these technologies into new or existing curricula, so schools can tailor classes to meet the needs of students of all ages and levels of experience.
Throughout the conference, Microsoft will be at Booth #210 to answer your questions and help you to understand these new technologies better. Stop by and meet your Microsoft Account team:
David Pearlman Matthew Vanderven
Strategic Account Manager Account Technology Strategist
Randy Stevens Roger Taylor
Services Account Manager Consortium Account Manager