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Thursday, June 24, 2010

MS Office 2010 Now Available to the Business World

Final Wednesday's Office 2010 start event in New York City, the newest edition of Microsoft office suite has officially batter the business world. Every company can now take the new version to start evaluating and testing it. Beside with the new Office version, SharePoint 2010, Visio 2010 and Project 2010 are also now available for all business customers.

As I discussed in a earlier column, Microsoft has slowly been making Office 2010 available to special segments over the past only some weeks. Individuals of us with MSDN or TechNet subscriptions were capable to download the fresh version initial on April 22. Initially, the only version available was Office Professional Plus 2010, which includes a full suite of person apps. But now Office Standard 2010, a version with fewer apps, is also on the download list. And originally, only one product key was available for MSDN and TechNet subscribers, but now the full 10 keys are available.

Business customers or individuals with software assurance subscriptions were next on the Office 2010 availability list, followed by those with volume licenses until finally Office 2010 is now available to everyone else in the business community.

Beside with the desktop version of Office 2010, Microsoft's fresh free Office Web Apps edition is too currently available for businesses. Office Web Apps offers online flavors of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote, giving you the ability to not only view but also edit your documents via the Web. But the version of Office Web apps for the business market is designed to use SharePoint 2010 as the document repository. So to use Web Apps internally, you'd need the newest version of SharePoint for your employees to store and share their Office documents. You can learn more about deploying and using Office Web Apps via SharePoint 2010 at Microsoft's Web Apps Deployment page.
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