Lead Product Planner Jill Campbell talks about Office Web Apps, the free, lightweight, Web-based versions of Microsoft Office programs that will become available this month, enabling users to access their documents anytime, anywhere.
The familiarity of Microsoft SharePoint and Office 2010 combined with simple accessibility to data in Microsoft Dynamics drives collaboration and helps customers strategically leverage IT investments to become more productive.
One of the most popular features of SQL Server 2008 R2 is PowerPivot, which puts business intelligence in the hands of more business users while maintaining the insight and oversight of IT. Donald Farmer, a leader in PowerPivot’s development, drew on his eclectic background to make it a success.
More than 500,000 people are expected to participate in today’s virtual launch of Microsoft Office 2010 and Microsoft SharePoint 2010. Fittingly, the virtual launch was built on SharePoint 2010, which provided a cost-effective platform for delivering rich social networking and other features.
Six years ago Melissa MacBeth came to her job interview at Microsoft armed with a list of ways to make Outlook more efficient for its users. For Outlook 2010 she helped develop Quick Steps, a new tool that lets users perform multiple actions with a single click.