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Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Microsoft Office Project 2010 News

Microsoft office Project 2010 is announced as the newest stride in its next wave of Microsoft Office 2010 linked products such as Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010, Microsoft Exchange 2010, and Microsoft Visio 2010. Microsoft expects that this will give users a reliable experience across the PC, mobile phone and browser. They also boasted that this newest Project 2010 will be the most important make public of Microsoft Project in a decade. But what will be so revolutionizing concerning it? Let's get into some details.

Features of Microsoft Project 2010
It will be built on SharePoint Server 2010 to allocate easy addition with Microsoft Office and Exchange attractive association means as well as simple operation and scalability. It will be easy and instinctive enabling the organizations of all sizes to choose and bring projects on time and on resources. For example, you can just copy and paste material from Project into presentations.
All aspect of scheme and collection management will be integrated on only server sharing a data store with federal administration. previous, users had to use entry software to link divide Microsoft Project and Portfolio products. last part users can access a common UI and customizable controls for better PPM and resource share. There will also be some new views like Web Based Project control, Timeline and Team Planner with user controlled scheduling.

Different Editions of Microsoft Project 2010

Unlike the previous four editions, there will be three editions of Microsoft Project 2010 namely Microsoft Project Standard 2010, Microsoft Project Professional 2010 and Microsoft Project Server 2010.

Release Date
A community beta version will be obtainable afterward this year and a Microsoft Project 2010 RTM next to with other RTMs such as Office 2010, SharePoint 2010, Visio 2010 will be unconfined in the first half of 2010 and Exchange Server 2010 will be obtainable in the second half of 2010.

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