Directions on Microsoft Analyst Explains Important ChangesKIRKLAND, Wash., Jan. 19, 2012 — (PRNewswire) — Directions on Microsoft has released the latest quarterly update to its Microsoft Enterprise Software Roadmap. Directions managing director Rob Helm will brief clients on significant shifts in the Microsoft product roadmap in an hour-long conference call followed by a Q&A period on January 16th, 2012 at 10:00 a.m. PST.
The 60 page roadmap and accompanying reference wall poster includes the current roadmap for 100+ versions of Microsoft enterprise products, including: Windows Server, Windows Client, SQL Server, SharePoint, Exchange, Systems Center, Lync Server, Dynamics AX, Dynamics CRM, Office 365, Azure, Visual Studio and more for 2012 and beyond. For each product version, the Roadmap provides:
- Product overview and usage scenarios
- Relevant service packs and support retirement dates for existing versions
- Codenames, release dates, and important new features for future versions
- Dependencies on other Microsoft products
- Pointers to relevant product evaluation and licensing guides
Directions on Microsoft roadmaps are an accurate source of information for Microsoft customers and partners that need to schedule migrations, plan projects, and budget purchases. "We run IT programs with budgets of eight, nine, ten digits," says an IT planner at the U.S. Department of Defense. "These roadmaps are exactly what we need to make intelligent choices about our Microsoft Enterprise Agreements."
Those interested in participating in the 2012 Microsoft Enterprise Software Roadmap webinar can register at www.DirectionsOnMicrosoft.com/roadmap_briefing
Directions on Microsoft is an independent IT analyst firm focused exclusively on Microsoft technologies since 1992. Directions is best known for its Microsoft Enterprise Software Roadmaps , Microsoft Licensing Guides and Microsoft Licensing Boot Camps for IT professionals that plan projects, schedule migrations and budget purchases of Microsoft technologies such as such as Windows 7, Windows Server, SQL Server and Office.
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