In order to improve collaboration between teachers and their peers, and increasing productivity in the classroom, Microsoft has detailed a set of new features making their way to Office 365 Education.
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Microsoft has updated its Docs.com website again, adding in the universal header that is found on all of its Office properties, and they have removed the beta tag as well.
Microsoft is gearing up to launch a new document sharing service called Docs and we have played around with the new tool a bit and have a gallery of the new service.
As Neowin reported two weeks ago, Microsoft has been working on a new social website called Docs.com. Built using Microsoft Office 2010, users can upload, create, edit and share Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents...
TheNextWeb is reporting that at Facebook's F8 developer conference, Microsoft and Facebook announced the beta release of Docs.com. The site is built on, what seems to be, a stripped down version of Microsoft's upcoming Office...