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Microsoft Announces Office and Sharepoint 2010 Launch Date [groovyNews]

Outlook 2010 Launch Date

On Friday, Microsoft announced the dates they would be releasing Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010.  April 2010 the products will go RTM and probably made available to Technet/MSDN/MLVS etc. And May 12th, 2010 is the big “official day” of release.

 

Here’s the blog post from the Sharepoint team blog:

 

SharePoint 2010 & Office 2010 Launch

Today, we officially announced that May 12th, 2010, is the launch date for SharePoint 2010 & Office 2010. In addition, we announced our intent to RTM (Release to Manufacturing) this April 2010.

It’s an exciting time for us! We hope you can virtually join us on May 12th at 11am EST to listen to Stephen Elop, President of the Microsoft Business Division, announce the launch. You can register for the event @ http://sharepoint.microsoft.com/businessproductivity/proof/pages/2010-launch-events.aspx.

Arpan Shah
Director, SharePoint

 

If interested, you can join the launch event on May 12th as Stephen Elop delivers the live keynote tech. It’s a virtual launch event, and you register here:

Add to Outlook Snip

 

SharePoint 2010 & Office 2010 Launch (via Sharepoint Team blog)


4 Comments

4 Comments

  1. I wonder if there will be student editions/pricing. I would take the $20 price tag I paid for Windows 7 anyday!

    Also.. anyone know where I could find a list of the bug fixes they made from Beta to RC?

    • And WHERE did you get a copy of Office 2010 RC?? Just checked my MSDN and MLVS site and only thing out there is the Beta from November… Looks like the RC was released however back on 2/5/2010 however it’s only available to TAP users from the MS Connect site…. 🙁 http://is.gd/9ZX66

      • I got an email one day from MSDN saying that Outlook RC was available to subscribers. I used to have a subscription, but deactivated it a while back when I changed jobs, but I still get the newsletters.

        • shockersh  

          You can grab it of the torrents but…. yeah, best of luck there if you don’t mind a little malware to go along with it 🙂

          Just checked and I don’t see it on MSDN 🙁 🙁 🙁

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