Wednesday, 01 May 2013
The Microsoft Business Applications & Services Roadmap summarizes important details IT managers need to track in order to plan for the deployment and maintenance of Microsoft productivity and business process software.
Sections included in the roadmap:
- Office Suite
Includes the roadmap for Office 2013.
Includes the roadmap for Visio 2013.
- SharePoint Products
Includes roadmaps for SharePoint 2013, SharePoint Online, and Duet Enterprise.
- Exchange and Outlook
Includes roadmaps for Exchange Server 2010, Exchange Server 2013, Outlook 2013, and Exchange Online.
- Lync and Skype
Includes roadmaps for Lync 2013, Lync Server 2013, Lync Online, and Skype.
- Project and Portfolio Management
Includes roadmaps for Project 2013, Project Server 2013, and Project Online.
- Dynamics CRM
Includes the roadmap for Dynamics CRM 2011.
- Dynamics AX
Includes the roadmap for Dynamics AX 2012.
An extensive list of reference material for Microsoft's business applications and services roadmap, including technology evaluation reports, licensing guides and analyst reports.
Charts and Illustrations included in the roadmap:
- Sidebar: What's New in Business Applications and Services
- Illustration: Application Versions Supported on Recent Platforms
- Sidebar: Office 365
- Illustration: Office, Visio, and Project Overview
- Chart:Important Dates for Office, Visio, and Project
- Illustration: Exchange and Outlook Overview
- Chart: Important Dates for Exchange Server
- Chart: Important Dates for Outlook
- Illustration: SharePoint Overview
- Chart: Important Dates for SharePoint Server
- Sidebar: FAST Search Products Discontinued
- Chart: Important Dates for FrontPage and SharePoint Designer
- Illustration: Lync and Skype Overview
- Chart: Important Dates for Communications Server and Lync Server
- Illustration: Dynamics CRM and Dynamics AX Overview
- Chart: Important Dates for Dynamics CRM
- Chart: Important Dates for Dynamics AX
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