Other points to flag and resources to use include:
• Office 365 A1 is free for Education (and always has been) and the majority of customers have access to this or one of the paid suites (A3 / A5). • Our recommended solution to move to remote learning is Teams. It works on any device, and brings together communications, documents, assignments as well as online meetings, so scales from simple to more sophisticated remote engagement options without needing multiple tools. • For customers that need help to deploy and get set up, we have extended FastTrack support for every customer. • Our biggest priority is to support customers to best shift to remote working, teaching and learning • We have set up a Remote Learning Community https://aka.ms/JoinRemoteLearningCommunity to help bring people together to learn from peers and share global best practice • We are running a series of Webinars https://aka.ms/TeamsEDUwebinars to help customers make the shift to Remote Learning with Teams • We announced the first in a series of webinars https://microsoftevent.eventbuilder.com/event/15597 specifically aimed at Educators learning how to teach remotely.
• Visual Studio Online - Cloud-powered dev environments accessible from anywhere. Visual Studio Online can help you be more productive by providing a fully configured development environment in minutes. By pointing to a Git repo, Visual Studio Online sets up everything you need https://visualstudio.microsoft.com/services/visual-studio-online/