Visio has been part of the Microsoft Office suite for some time now, but it isn’t widely used outside of a corporate environment. Here’s Visio explained.
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If you’re a project manager, you will probably appreciate this quick news blip that Microsoft just released their Visio 2010 Viewer App. The viewer is great for those of you who don’t have Microsoft Visio installed but still need to view .vsd files from your engineers or architects from time to time. Like the screenshot […]
Microsoft Word is the backbone of the Microsoft Office suite. After years of progress Microsoft has decided that “if it ain’t broke don’t fix it” and is making very little adjustments to Word 2010. Following the new ribbon menu that we saw from Word 2007 there really wasn’t a lot left to be desired, however […]
Today Microsoft released the Release Candidate for Hyper-V Server 2008 R2. Full speed ahead it seems at Microsoft. Microsoft is trying to narrow the gap with VMWare with the R2 release of Hyper-V Server but they still have a long way to go… You can grab a Download Here. Here’s the details on […]
Earlier this week Microsoft released a cool tool called the Microsoft Active Directory Topology Diagrammer. It’s a free application which reads your Active Directory configuration using ActiveX Data Objects (ADO) and then automatically generates a detailed Visio diagram of your Active Directory environment. Visio 2003 or 2007 is required to run this tool.