A Level Results Day: Off to University? Four tips to get the most from a new device

It’s fair to say that for many young people in their late teens, the month of August can be an emotional rollercoaster. All the hard work of the last few years spent in education culminates in that Thursday morning when A Level and other exam results are released. In many cases determines where the next few years of your lives are spent, what you will be doing and who you will meet. For those students moving on to University, there is a very high chance that a new laptop, tablet or 2-in-1 device will be on the list of essentials to pick up before packing the bags for Freshers’ Week. We also spoke to some of our current Microsoft student interns who are spending a year in industry as part of their studies, to ask them for some of their top tech tips for first year students starting this autumn…


Office Lens now includes Office 365 support for iOS and more features for business professionals, teachers and students

Further to our post earlier in the week detailing the updates to the OneNote Class Notebook Creator, we also have some news about another related product, Office Lens. The following post comes once again from the OneNote Team, and originally appeared on the Office Blog. — Office Lens now includes Office 365 support for iOS…


Unlimited OneDrive storage now available for free to all Office 365 subscribers

Following last week’s blog post detailing the new version of Outlook for Mac, we have more good news for teachers and students using Office 365. OneDrive and OneDrive for Business now offer unlimited storage, which comes at no additional cost to Office 365 subscribers. At school, college or university? Click here to find out how to…