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On 09/08/2012 03:30 PM, Varun Mittal wrote:
Hi All,

You all might like to see the A3 product offering from Microsoft for
students, offering office to students at 2.5 USD per month for 5 devices.

  *Students: $2.50 per user/month
Faculty and staff: $4.50 per user/month*

*Everything in A2, plus:*

·         *Office Professional Plus
version subscription (for up to 5 devices per user)

·         Unlimited email storage

·         Archiving

·         eDiscovery tools to support your compliance needs

Hosted voicemail support**

Best Regards

Varun Mittal
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"Uncertainty is the only Certainty of LIFE"

There is one severe problem with Office 365: you must have a fast enough
Internet connection to use it. In the US, some, mostly rural areas have
relatively low speed connections. Another problem with requiring an
Internet connection, is when no connection is available.

I have never liked "Cloud" solutions because of the dependence on the
connection and potential security problems. The more critical
information that is stored on the "Cloud" by third party providers the
more inviting targets the third party providers become for hackers. They
become effectively "one stop" shopping for hackers and who knows what
they might do. Recently had a series of articles about a
journalist who got hacked and had his some of his personal files deleted.

I noticed that there was no database module offered in either Office 365

Jay Lozier

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