A French business school plans to trade Google Apps, used by around half its staff and students, for Microsoft's rival Live@edu service, IDG News Service reports. Skema Business School's 6,250 students, 500 administrative staff, and 128 teaching staff will have access to Microsoft's Live@edu hosted eMail service, which includes calendar and contact management, instant messaging, video conferencing, and 10GB of storage space, the school announced June 23. Staff and students also will be offered Microsoft Office 2010 under a site-wide licensing program, and access to Sharepoint Online, giving them each 25GB of storage space for documents, whether shared or their...

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