by Information Technology Services
The campus is in the process of migrating to Office 365. To begin learning about the calendar component of Office 365, check out the following tutorials and reference guides:
Continue reading “Learn Office 365: Getting started with calendars”
Information Technology Services will begin offering “Introduction to Office 365” sessions beginning Oct. 31. These sessions will run until the end of November and will include an overview of the migration process and basic use of the new email and calendaring system. K-Staters are encouraged to attend at least one session. Continue reading “‘Introduction to Office 365’ sessions scheduled”
Kansas State University has signed a contract with Microsoft, which provides Microsoft’s Office 365 services. Office 365 includes hosted email and calendaring that can be accessed from a user’s PC, phone or web browser. Our users will have a default mailbox size of 25GB. We are moving to Office 365 to improve the reliability and availability of our email service.
The goal of Information Technology Services (ITS), with assistance from system administrators across campus, is to seamlessly migrate K-Staters to Office 365 over the summer. A project plan has been developed and we are currently in the testing phase of the plan. An implementation team and steering committee have been meeting and testing migration, authentication and security. The system administrators from across campus are heavily involved in testing the system and providing solutions to migration issues.
An overview of the email and calendaring functions in Office 365 is available online.
Project information will be posted at k-state.edu/its/office365.