Three Reasons for Office 2010’s Migrating

Updated: May 19, 2010

Stephen Elop and Chris Caposella, heads of the Microsoft business division, highlighted the Office Web Apps, new features in Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook and the integration of Office documents with SharePoint 2010 during the keynote. Elop also led a rapid fire Q&A with IT execs from large companies including GE and Del Monte.

Global Crossing, a telecommunications company which provides networking services such as VPN, VoIP and video conferencing to Fortune 500 companies in 70 countries has already seeing the benefits of the Office and SharePoint 2010 minglement.

As an early adopter for Office and SharePoint 2010, Global Crossing takes part in the rapid deployment programs which got started over six months ago. IT managers say that the fresh and improved e-mail and social networking features makes the communication among 5,000 worldwide employees of the company more convenient.

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