Update: Please see additional posts on 2010 SP1:
Announcing Service Pack 1 for Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010
Office 2010 SP1 is Almost HereOffice and SharePoint Service Packs: A Primer
If you followed Microsoft's recent earnings, you saw that Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010 have experienced double-digit growth since their May 2010 launch. In my conversations with customers about the reasons why they've deployed Office 2010, they cite the ability to connect and collaborate across the PC, phone and browser and work from virtually anywhere. SharePoint 2010 users are also excited about having a business collaboration platform for the enterprise and Internet. In addition to great customer feedback, industry experts like Tony Bradley at PCWorld and P.J. Connolly at eWeek have also given the products positive reviews.
With today's news from the Windows team announcing the availability of the Windows 7 Service Pack (SP) 1 later this month, some of you may be wondering when the Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010 SP1 will be available for download. Microsoft typically releases a service pack 12 to 18 months after a product is launched and you can expect that same timeframe for Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010.
The upcoming Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010 SP1 will consist of minor updates, including all previously released public updates. For customers that stay current, there's no need to wait for SP1 to deploy. You are already enjoying the advantages of SP1 and can deploy now knowing that you will benefit from all the innovations included in Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010!
To help you deploy Office 2010, check out the Office Springboard Series, which provides helpful information for your Office 2010 migration. To help you deploy SharePoint 2010, check out http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint/default.aspx
Any chance the SharePoint 2010 SP1 will address some of the menu consistency bugs in Central Admin? For example - Manage a Search Service Application, then click on the items under the "Crawling" menu on the left (Content Sources, Crawl Rules, etc) ... notice that the search "Crawling" menu remains consistent. Now click on the last item in the list (Crawler Impact Rules). Notice how the search "Crawling" menu is no longer displayed. If not, is there a better place to report issues like this?
Buon inizio di settimana a tutti. Oggi volevo aggiornarvi su alcune risorse TechNet dedicate in particolare
A while back, we provided some information about the upcoming release of Office 2010 Service Pack 1
Will this Excel 2010 bug be fixed in the upcoming SP1:
@John no comment on specific bugs at this time, but we'll come back to this in a future post.