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Microsoft reveals BPOS roadmap

21 Jul 10

Microsoft has revealed its vision for the future of its hosted Business Productivity Online (BPOS) suite.

During the recent Worldwide Partner Conference, Microsoft executives released a number of slides that outline where its Business Productivity Online (BPOS) suite is heading. 

Microsoft has said that it wants to narrow the gap between the availability of on-premises server features and the Microsoft-hosted versions of these services.

Specific dates for the introduction of the managed services updates weren’t given but you can expect them, to go live during Microsoft’s fiscal 2011, which runs from July 1st, 2010 to June 30, 2011.

You can see each slide in detail here.

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