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Microsoft is expanding its Office 365 service with a new add-on specifically created for lawyers. Announced at the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) annual conference earlier today, Matter Center for Office 365 can be best described as Microsoftâ€™s OneDrive file-sharing service, but with law firms in mind. And while the product is only a preview build, it already touts a number of useful features, including 1TB of storage, simplistic file searching within Outlook and Word, as well as real-time edit tracking. â€œMicrosoft has built a security-enhanced, cloud-based document management application that allows our professionals to quickly locate and collaborate on documents with our counsel from virtually anywhere,â€ said John Frank, vice president and deputy general counsel at Microsoft. â€œWeâ€™ve decided to make this solution more broadly available at the request of our outside counsel, who want to utilize it in their own environments.â€ Matter Center provides users with a â€˜personal briefcase,â€™ which automatically syncs documents and prepares them to be accessed from any compatible device, regardless of if youâ€™re online of not. Files can also be shared with those outside of your job, though thereâ€™s always the option to set restrictions on who can see what. Additionally, more than one user can access and work on a file simultaneously, thereby saving the time that wouldâ€™ve otherwise been used emailing files and explaining why particular edits were made. And while the preview version is aimed at lawyers, IT professionals can also use Matter Center and set it to be used in the cloud. One benefit of doing so comes in the form of faster and more cost effective upgrades and migration. It also includes enterprise-grade security and management controls, which Microsoft reassures is â€œcompliant with multiple industry standards.â€ â€œMatter Center for Office 365 is the product of months of collaboration between Microsoftâ€™s Legal and Corporate Affairs (LCA) division, outside law firms, and our Office 365 product engineering teams,â€ said Tejas Mehta, group product manager for Matter Center at Microsoft. â€œWe are very excited to bring Matter Center to market in the near future.â€ Microsoft claims it took the necessary steps to make Matter Center as intuitive as possible, without sacrificing what made services like OneDrive so useful. That said, itâ€™s still unsure how the full release will compare with other products and services already in use. In terms of both functionality and security. The company also neglected to provide pricing information or details regarding the launch of the full version. Those interested in trying the preview themselves are encouraged to sign up for the beta program, which seems to only consist of sending an email requesting access. Regardless of how Matter Center is seen, however, its announcement and subsequent release suggests that Microsoft wants to add more business-focused add-ons to Office 365. In the past, various editions have been released for government and educational specific endeavors. Google itself has already debuted software targeted at schools and teachers via its Apps for Education tool, putting it in direct competition with Microsoft again. Called Classroom, its main use is to assist teachers with a number of tasks, including the creation of homework assignments and interacting with students.
Musicals, a still relatively unknown form of entertainment in China, are about to get a big push with a planned $323 million (2 billion RMB) musical production center in the country, according to a report by the China News Service. The center, to be located in Langfang, just 30 miles outside of Beijing, will be a 1 million square foot compound, including theaters, classrooms and related facilities and is set to be completed in 2017. The center will be tasked with not only creating commercially viable musicals in China, but also promoting the art form in the country. The center is an investment collaboration between the local Hebei province government and the Beijing-based Ovation Cultural Development group. The center's first production is scheduled for later this year â€” before the center is completed. It will be a Mandarin-language production of Stephen Sondheim's Into the Woods, to open in Beijing in November for the first of a hundred performances before touring the rest of the country next year. A Disney film adaptation of Into the Woods, starring Meryl Streep, Johnny Depp and Anna Kendrick, will hit theaters globally on Christmas Day. Chinese audiences have slowly but surely been introduced to Broadway and West End musicals over the last decade with Les Miserables, The Lion King and others all having been performed in Shanghai. However, productions were performed in English until 2011's Mandarin-language production of the ABBA musical Mamma Mia! The show created a sensation in China with 300,000 admissions and a great deal of press coverage. The success of Mamma Mia! pushed the Chinese partners in the production to spread the word on musical theater in the country and look to create homegrown talent â€” writers, producers and performers â€” that Chinese audiences would have an easier time connecting with. Li Xiaofei, the general manager of Ovation Cultural Development told the China News Service: "Mamma Mia! and Cats were a great step to introduce musicals in Chinese to audiences here. But apart from the singing, everything else has been done in a Western way by Western production companies, costumes and body language included. We want to further localize the Western art form." Li said that musicals in China made $37.2 million in revenue in 2013, which was an increase of 20 percent from the previous year. The total number of musical performances in 2013 hit 1,300 (up 50 percent over 2012), and total admissions reached more than 1 million (up 40 percent). Li was bullish on the prospects of musicals in China, saying: "The musical market in China is very promising. Unlike some other Western art forms, like opera and ballet, musicals are commercial and entertaining. They don't require professional knowledge to appreciate."
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