Edsby Making Cloud Service Available on Microsoft Azure


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Edsby, a cloud-based learning management system for K-12 school districts that connects teachers, parents and students using modern technologies, announced it will soon be available on Microsoft Azure. Edsby will make its cloud service available in Azure data centers in the United States and in Canada for the 2016-2017 school year. Shortly after, Edsby will be made available in Azure data centers in Australia, Europe and elsewhere.

"We're excited to see an innovative cloud solution like Edsby take advantage of the power of the Azure cloud platform, and tools like Office 365, to enhance how students, teachers and parents communicate and collaborate around each student's unique learning journey," said Anthony Salcito, vice president of Worldwide Education, Microsoft. "We look forward to working with Edsby to bring this solution to schools around the world."

To learn more about how Edsby enables school districts and private schools to connect their teachers, students and parents using the technologies that have become pervasive in people's lives, read the press release.

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