So after some months time we can already see that features are coming to the cloud versions before the on prem version. An update to OWA in Exchange Online now integrates the Office Web Apps into the attachment previewing experience for Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files! Along with continued PDF support, this means Exchange Online users get high-fidelity previews of Office documents on the web, in exactly the same format they were created.
See more at http://www.office.com/vision
The coolest thing about this is that everything you see in the video are real projects that Microsoft and partners are working on right now. And its a lot of communications in it so maybe we just got to see some of what’s coming in Windows Phone, Lync or Skype.
Update: The future right now.
Microsoft just released a follow up explaining the technologies that is shown in the vision video and what works already today.
So after about a week all my content is restored, the site still looks like a default wordpress site but i will fix that as soon as i have time. The most important thing has been to get all my posts and comments back.
The following is provided by Forefront UAG Update 1:
• Lync web services publishing—Forefront UAG now supports publishing Lync web services
• Dynamics CRM 2011 publishing—Forefront UAG now supports publishing Dynamics CRM 2011
• SharePoint 2010 with Office Web Apps—Forefront UAG now supports publishing SharePoint 2010 with Office Web Apps
• Improved browser support—Forefront UAG now supports more web browsers than in previous releases
Welcome back to life, the blog will unfortunately take a one week break due to some problems at the hosting company, but as soon as I get the backup I will restore all the old posts but it will probably take 3-4 days.
The Windows PowerShell Command Builder is a new? neat tool for visually build PowerShell commands.
The Silverlight application is designed to help IT professionals and power users to learn how to use PowerShell. It enables IT professionals and power users to visually assemble commands related to SharePoint 2010 Products and Office 365 in the browser and take those commands to their respective products.
Next week will be all about
My Office 365 lab at labcenter has enough participants after a really slow start and on Wednesday me and Göran Husman (Office 365 MVP) are speaking on the monthly 2nd Wednesday meeting with the topics Office 365 and Google compete.
To fit with everything next week starts now.