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Office and Sharepoint 2010: The future of productivity?

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On Demand Last month, Microsoft ran a ginormous online conference to promote Office 2010 and Sharepoint.

The Register was there, virtually of course, in our capacity as official media partner.

The event was called The Future of Productivity and all its keynotes, tech sessions, case studies and stuff, are available on demand.

Also you can still download trial versions of the software from the event site for noodling or, possibly, canoodling.

Link: The Future of Productivity

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