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Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Office 2010 SharePoint 2010 Available

Microsoft suite opened up the bits of the release-to-manufacturing version to its TechNet Plus and Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN) subscribers on Thursday. The new products are presented in both 32-bit and 64-bit versions. but, Microsoft is not recommending making use of 64-bit Office 2010 because a lot of of the add-ins and wheel used with the efficiency suite aren't quite ready yet.

Microsoft is contribution a 25 percent mark down to fresh TechNet Plus subscribers who sign up with a particular code, available at this blog. The offer is accessible to U.S. subscribers only and comes with this requirement: "This offer is only for new TechNet Plus Direct orders only and is only valid for release in the US. Offer is valid 4/1/10 to 6/30/10, subject to change."

Microsoft usually out two other related products this week: SharePoint Foundation 2010 and SharePoint Designer 2010. SharePoint Foundation 2010 is a Web-based group effort platform that succeeds Windows SharePoint Services 3.0. SharePoint Designer, at present available in 32-bit form, is a development implement for creating SharePoint business solutions.
There's also a latest ability organization portal that provides help for deploying SharePoint 2010 across data farms, as described in this blog.
Other applications now available to TechNet and MSDN subscribers include Office Web Apps for SharePoint Server 2010 (x64), Project 2010 (x86/x64) and Visio 2010 (x86/x64), according to this blog.

As earlier announced, Microsoft's quantity licensing consumers with Software reassurance can get the RTM versions of Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010 starting on April 27, even as those without Software Assurance will have access beginning on May 1.

Finally, those imperfect to get records on Office 2010 features can download Office 2010 Product Guides here. Microsoft's download page lists about 22 Product Guides, ranging from a general overview to guides for specific applications, such Office Web Apps, Outlook, SharePoint Workspace and many others.
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