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Microsoft announces worldwide availability of Office Live Workspace Beta
Posted on 4-Mar-2008 19:14. | Tags Filed under: News.


Microsoft announces worldwide availability of Office Live Workspace Beta
Microsoft Corp. has announced the public availability of Microsoft Office Live Workspace beta, the new Web-based extension of Microsoft Office that lets people access their documents online and share their work with others.

Office Live Workspace was among the first entries in the new wave of online services in Microsoft’s software plus services vision previewed last year.

Office Live Workspace is now available worldwide in English. People can sign up for free and will be granted immediate access to the service. Microsoft is also unveiling a number of new Office Live Workspace features, such as an activity panel, notifications, direct links and multifile upload.

“Today’s announcement moves us further down the path of bringing a software plus services experience to people at home, work and school,” said Stephen Elop, president of the Microsoft Business Division. “By combining the rich client experience of Microsoft Office with flexible, intuitive service offerings, we’re providing seamless computing experiences for our 500 million Office users worldwide.”

Office Live Workspace lets people organize documents and projects online and work on them from almost any computer. People can save more than 1,000 Microsoft Office documents to one place online, and access and share them via the Web. They can view and comment on documents in the browser as well as create simple Web lists and Web notes, and share documents in real time through integration with Microsoft SharedView.

Microsoft has also added several new features to Office Live Workspace, based in part on feedback from early beta participants.

The Office said the Office team has been working with a number of U.S. colleges and universities, including Florida Community College at Jacksonville, University of Pennsylvania, the University of Washington, the University of Wisconsin-Parkside and Vanderbilt University, where it is being used by participating students, faculty members and administrators to enhance sharing and collaboration within the classroom and among student team and extracurricular projects.

Office Live Workspace also represents a critical collaboration component of the Microsoft Live@edu initiative. In addition to Office Live Workspace, the Live@edu program offers students and alumni 5 GB e-mail inboxes, 5 GB of password-protected online storage space, shared calendars, blogging tools, and access to these services on a mobile phone, all at no costs to the schools or students.


More information: http://workspace.officelive.com...

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