Tweet It will come as no surprise to you, if I share a long standing opinion I have regarding the leading business e-mail system (if the leading logo didn’t give it away already). You guessed it, Microsoft Exchange! During my career in IT I have heard of, participated in or influenced many migrations from alternate solutions, the most common being […]
Tweet The Microsoft Office Blog has just announced that Office 2010, SharePoint 2010, Visio 2010 & Project 2010 have all RTM’ed! This is great news and fits in nicely with our company Windows 7 roll-out strategy. Unlike previous upgrades i.e. 2003 -> 2007 there are fewer compatibility issues to worry about, therefore the idea is to bundle this […]
Tweet Just a quick blog post I couldn’t resist! Whilst Exchange 2010 delivers a number of enterprise strength enhancements, you and your users will no doubt love the “Ignore Conversations” option. This is particularly useful when you are included in group e-mails that you could care less about! Clients supported include Outlook 2010 and Outlook WebApp (screenshot below).
Tweet Corporates are still fighting the move from Office 2003 to 2007, predominantly due to UI changes AKA “the ribbon bar”. In Office 2007 the ribbon was only present in Microsoft’s core Office applications, namely Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. The Office 2010 release will extend this to Visio, Publisher and no doubt Project. Speaking […]
Tweet Yesterday Microsoft PressPass announced a teleconference between Microsoft Corp. and Nokia executives, with no more information. But that does not stop the blogs speculating and the beliefs suggest that Nokia will be releasing a Symbian based version of Microsoft Office for their smartphones. Nokia (like Apple) has already licensed ActiveSync for Exchange connectivity so […]