Microsoft dicslosed dates for SharePoint 2010, sneak preview of what’s coming

July 13, 2009

Just saw this link on Mauro Cordelli’s blog: http://sharepoint.microsoft.com/2010/Sneak_Peek/Pages/default.aspx

Make sure to check this out! The site includes short video overviews of what’s new for the users, for IT pros and for developers; preliminary system requirements and advice on how to get ready; and preliminary availability dates:

Beta in 2009, general availability targeted at the first half of 2010.

Speaking about how to get ready, make sure to read Joel’s recent post on the stsadm.exe -o preupgradecheck. This command is available in stsadm.exe as of Service Pack 2 for WSS v3 and MOSS 2007, and is the first planning step on your path to the future upgrade.

If you’re interested in getting more info about SharePoint 2010, sign up for the SharePoint conference in October. Detailed agenda is not yet published for the event, but looks like there will be a healthy mix of sessions on getting most from the current versions as well as learning about the futures. See you there!

UPDATE (7/28): I also posted some thoughts around backup and recovery in SharePoint 2010 and specifically the new unattached content database feature on the SharePoint For All site.

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3 Responses to “Microsoft dicslosed dates for SharePoint 2010, sneak preview of what’s coming”

  1. Mike Says:

    Ilia, Sneak Previews are broken, they do not play any video. Could you fix it?


  2. I cannot :-) but the videos seem to work fine now. Try again!

  3. birellar1 Says:

    Its is good news for us, I am for data recovery company in India


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