Developing cloud solutions for public sector - Free developer training–Sydney 10-11 November 2016

Microsoft is dedicated to helping our partners develop the skills and capacity to leverage our technology platforms. Part of that support is about helping developers to get up to speed with the opportunity to more rapidly build applications and services for customers. So next month, we are offering Microsoft partners developing solutions for Public Sector…

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Australia Office Developer webinar - 11AM today

Following on from last week’s well attended webinar, introducing the subject of developing for Office 365, Andrew Coates will start to dig into the specific topics. This week, at 11AM he will cover the basics of getting started with the Office 365 APIs, as you learn how you can build on top of Office 365…

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Webcast - Developing on Office 365 in Education - Wednesday 20th January

There’s over a billion Office users, and over 200 million education customers using Office 365. And with the shift to the cloud with Office 365, Office has become a platform for developers, as well as a set of tools for users. Customers expect apps and web services to use their existing tools, rather than create…

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Edu DevCamp Sydney - Building education apps for Office and SharePoint

Apply for participation in our free DevCamp for Education Partners in Sydney, and work alongside Microsoft experts to learn how to integrate your solution with Office 365 Office 365 Education is experiencing great momentum today, with more than 200 million users in education worldwide today, free entry level pricing, and availability in over 120 markets….

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Learn how to do Single Sign On with Office 365, and more: Office DevCamps in Australia

Developers: We’ve got a series of (free!) DevCamps coming up in the next few weeks, for software developers who want to develop apps that integrate to Office 365 (for web, Windows, iOS or Android) and/or that want to integrate to the Office 365 identity using Azure Active Directory. This course is relevant for both commercial…

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Making things easier for your users: Single Sign On with Office 365

Over the last year, we have been working with software and website developers to make it easier for students and staff to login to their services by allowing them to login with their Office 365 username. This means that students don’t need to remember yet another login identity and password, but simply use the username…

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Ways for schools and universities to manage inappropriate web content

For six years, the Microsoft Digital Crimes Unit has been working on PhotoDNA technology – a way of detecting illegal online child sexual abuse photos. It is used by a wide range of social media and photo sharing companies, like Facebook, Twitter and Flipboard, to scan user-generated images as they are uploaded onto their web…

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New Moodle integrations with Microsoft technology are on the way

Over the last couple of years I’ve written a number of times about integration points between Moodle and Microsoft, to help education customers understand what the opportunities are to be able to integrate two of their key tools for students and staff. This turns out to be important even for universities or TAFEs which have…

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Office DevCamp in Melbourne: Learn how to develop apps for Office and Office 365

On December 11th, in Melbourne, we’re running a free, full-day Office DevCamp for developers who want to write apps and services for Office or Office 365. It’ll help you to build solutions that can use Office to do things like allow students to read and write from their OneDrive (and save you having to run…

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Developing education solutions in Office 365

With so many education customers using Office 365 globally (now in the tens of millions of education uses), there’s continuing interest by developers in creating services for customers, running on top of Office. This could mean developing an app for Word, Excel, PowerPoint; or could be developing a system that uses the Office 365 cloud…

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