Tuesday, 3 February 2009

Performance Poiont Server is being rolled up in to SharePoint 14

Last week, I covered the announcement that Performance Point Server was being rolled in to SharePoint, and highlighted the sadly light guidance Microsoft provided in its “strategic roadmap” for the future of the various components of Performance Point Server. The Performance Point Server announcement was the first really big announcement related to the upcoming releases of SharePoint and Office, currently code named SharePoint 14 and Office 14. I’ll go out on a limb and gamble that Microsoft will brand as Microsoft Office 2010 and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2010, but only after a significant amount of careful market research. Microsoft also recently announced Exchange 14 with a video on the Exchange Team

Blog.Microsoft has been unusually “tight lipped” about the next versions of the Office and Unified Communications products. While selected organizations are testing the applications, very few analysts, authors, partners, or even MVPs have had the chance to see the current builds.Click here to read more about SharePoint 14 and Office 14

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