Win a Holiday Prize by Registering for Office 365 Now

Nov. 21, 2016

Win a Holiday Prize by Registering for Office 365 Now
Win a Gear, an Echo Dot or Tile for the holidays.

As part of Webster's global transition to Office 365, the Information Technology team will offer three raffle opportunities for those who complete the registration process by Dec. 7.

All users will need to complete the simple registration process soon, but those who register in the next two weeks will have a chance to win one of three high-tech raffle prizes just in time for the holidays.

All Office365 registrations must be received by Dec. 7, 2016, in order to be eligible for the raffle. The drawing will take place on Dec. 9, 2016, so that you can receive your prize in time for the holidays.

Prizes Available

The prizes available and how you can win:

  • 1st 1,500 registrations will have the opportunity to receive a Samsung Gear VR Headset
  • 1st 2,500 registrations will have the opportunity to win an Echo Dot 
  • 1st 5,000 registrations will have the opportunity to win the Tile Slim – Phone, Wallet and Item Finder

How To Register

Registration takes 5-10 minutes or less. For a printable pdf of the Office 365 setup instructions, with screenshots of the process, click here. To watch a video of the setup process, click here.

Why Do This?

All Webster accounts will be converted to Office 365 this year as part of a global rollout that will offer more advanced, secure and comprehensive digital tools for the worldwide community -- students, faculty and staff -- to use at Webster, at home, and anywhere on the go.

In order to create this end-user experience and the necessary security around it, each user will need to register their Office 365 account. The result is a powerful menu of new tools that increase individual flexibility, productivity and strengthen the capacity to collaborate among faculty, students and staff alike. 

Read more from the initial rollout announcement here.

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