Honored Contributor.. Brett Danalake Honored Contributor..
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Microsoft Office 365

Hi,

 

Seeing as we don't have a version of TRIM that supports Office 2010 and Microsoft has now released a beta version of Office 365, just wondering if HP have started looking at Office 365.

 

I'm in an organisation that wants to go to the latest Microsoft version as close to its release as possible. The delay in being able to have a version of TRIM that supports these is driving nails in the coffin of TRIM as a viable tool for us.

 

Brett

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TRIMGuru Acclaimed Contributor.
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Re: Microsoft Office 365

Talk about on the "bleeding edge"....  Good Luck

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JasonIMEX Outstanding Contributor.
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Re: Microsoft Office 365

Office 365 looks good but I cant even get a Beta copy to trail.

 I dont think they are offering them in Australia yet. Most enterprise tend to stick to tried and tested.. Alot of places are just now thinking of going to Windows 7 (hallelujah) Unfortunatly its easier for I.T department to roll out Win7 and office 2010 at the same time.

 

 A constant question im getting is.. Is the next version of trim going to be Office 2010 compatable and when is the release date. So its a race between Win7/office 2010 rollouts and Trim compatablity right now.

 

 Im rooting for Trim...  

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Honored Contributor.. Brett Danalake Honored Contributor..
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Re: Microsoft Office 365

We seem to prefer "bright and shiny" to "tried and tested".

 

When we went to Windows7 last year our IT manager was proudly proclaiming we were first. Then he started complaining about the other products that wouldn't work on his new system.

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JasonIMEX Outstanding Contributor.
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Re: Microsoft Office 365

Someone has to do it right...

Im from an I.T background myself and generally new and shiny means better bugs fixes ect.

 

Though some things prove that theory wrong *cough* *cough*

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www.imexwa.com.au
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Anton de Tombe Absent Member.
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Re: Microsoft Office 365

I don't think Microsoft is releasing a new version of MS Office 2010. The Microsoft Office 365 is especially for cloud computing. So if you want to work in the cloud, you als need to have a 'cloud' version of TRIM.

More info at http://office365.microsoft.com/en-US/online-services.aspx

The only clouds in the netherlands at te moment are snowclouds :smileytongue:

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Vincent Ishwar
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Re: Microsoft Office 365 & TRIM 7.1 integrated with SharePoint 2010

Are there any current users of Office 365  with SharePoint 2010 - TRIM 7.1 integrated?

 

What has been your experiences & what lessons have been learned & what pitfalls to avoid?

 

Many thanks for your input.

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Absent Member.. Terry McKenna Absent Member..
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Re: Microsoft Office 365 & TRIM 7.1 integrated with SharePoint 2010

RE: “Seeing as we don't have a version of TRIM that supports Office 2010” – TRIM 7.1 is compatible with Office 2010.

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Grundy Acclaimed Contributor.
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Re: Microsoft Office 365 & TRIM 7.1 integrated with SharePoint 2010

This thread was from last year Tezza. 😉



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