Thursday, May 9, 2013

Future of Microsoft Product Release Cycles

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By Dan Holme
 Microsoft has been very busy since the release of SharePoint 2013 in November and Office 365 in February.  Alongside the integration with Yammer, the teams have been upgrading existing Office 365 customers to the new (2013) version of Office 365.

And they’ve been charting out the next steps for the platforms. Similar efforts on the Windows side of the house have been getting a lot of publicity this week.  What’s the state of the SharePoint “release cycle,” and what does it mean for onsite customers?
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