It has been just a few days, less than a week since Microsoft announced the availability of Microsoft Office 2010 Beta for the general audience. By now, many users would have already downloaded the latest sensation from Microsoft Office family of products. One thing which every single user has to go through is, activating the Office 2010 Beta edition. So I thought, it would be useful to list out the steps that you need to activate your product.
A few hours back, we informed you about the arrival of Office Mobile 2010 Beta for Windows Mobile 6.5 devices. We are back with more stuff on the just released Office Mobile 2010 Beta. Well the initial impressions and feedbacks are in. We will be sharing with you the initial feedback from those who have experimented with the Office Mobile 2010 Beta.
Most of us use Microsoft Office to fulfill our academic and business needs. Normally we do all of our work sitting at home, university or at office. But times have changed and there are times when you need to access certain documents and other related items while on the move. Enter Office Mobile 2010.
Previously there was news that Office Mobile 2010 will be coming for Windows Mobile 6.5 devices. Guess what it has arrived. The release of Microsoft Office Mobile 2010 Beta has just been announced at the ever exciting PDC (Professional Developer Conference).
There were talks, that Microsoft would be announcing the release of Office 2010 Beta for the general public, during the high profile Professional Developers Conference at Las Vegas. Guess what, that turned out to be true. Microsoft Office 2010 public Beta is now available for download at Microsoft Download Center.
Outlook 2010 to enhance Unified Messaging experience, will bring voice mail preview, protected voice mail and call answering rules feature
Outlook Team announced recently, that Outlook 2010 will bring exciting new features for its UM (Unified Messaging) experience. Unified Messaging, which was introduced with Outlook 2007 enables users to receive voice mails and Fax right inside your Outlook Inbox. With Outlook 2010, Unified Messaging will bring new features which includes Voice Mail preview, protected voice mail and call answering rules. The following paragraphs explain each of these features.
Microsoft Yesterday made an announcement regarding its project planning and management software, Microsoft Project. Microsoft has shed light on the fact that a public beta of Project 2010 would arrive by the end of this year.
Used primarily for managing large scale projects, Microsoft Project is built on SharePoint Server and comes integrated with Office and Outlook. Chris Capossela, senior vice president of the Microsoft Information Worker Product Management group regards this release as a major release. He said:
This is far and away the largest and most significant release of Project in a decade.
So what’s coming in Project 2010, we don’t have the complete details, But what we know is that as expected Ribbon Interface will be coming to Project 2010, also this version is expected to give its users more focused control over their scheduling changes.
During the current unfortunate recession period it has been observed that sales of Project have increased since the software helps companies manage projects more efficiently. Capossela also revealed that Microsoft just reached its 10,000th Project customer, and 10 million people use it. He said:
We’re seeing growth in the project and portfolio management space.
Microsoft Project 2010 will be coming in three versions namely
- Microsoft Project Standard 2010
- Microsoft Project Professional 2010
- Microsoft Project Server 2010
To subscribe for the public beta of Microsoft Project 2010 please visit the link mentioned below