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    Office 365 and 2013 spoint

    Any one usIng either successfully. Particularly share point as a vle does it work. In 365 can you create new files or only edit existing files. I have hotmail with word etc and live it. Is 365 similar.

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    You can make a new doc in 365, you can use it as a VLE but you will need to build the environment in sharepoint from the basic building blocks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SYNACK View Post
    You can make a new doc in 365, you can use it as a VLE but you will need to build the environment in sharepoint from the basic building blocks.
    Is that very time consuming to set up? Are you using 365 in your school?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pmdc199 View Post
    Is that very time consuming to set up? Are you using 365 in your school?
    Without template, yes it will be.

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    We use 365 and Sharepoint 2010 in our school.

    To be honest we are thinking of switching away from SharePoint, its just too poor a user interface when there are better dedicated solutions around such as Frog.

    I do want to give the hosted version of sharepoint a go before that though, the 500mb storage space and ability to map drives to it could be very cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zag View Post
    We use 365 and Sharepoint 2010 in our school.

    To be honest we are thinking of switching away from SharePoint, its just too poor a user interface when there are better dedicated solutions around such as Frog.

    I do want to give the hosted version of sharepoint a go before that though, the 500mb storage space and ability to map drives to it could be very cool.
    Is share point just files or is it your mis and vle etc. are you using sharepoint in cloud or server locally?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pmdc199 View Post
    Is share point just files or is it your mis and vle etc. are you using sharepoint in cloud or server locally?
    We use it as our VLE, had it over 5 years now and its done a reasonable job.

    We run it locally for now but were considering moving to Office 365 hosted sharepoint.

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