Microsoft Office 2010 donation available !


Is your organization ready? Below, we’ve gathered important information and resources that you’ll need to help decide if upgrading to Office 2010 is the right move for your organization.


What your organization needs to know about Office 2010?

Considering an upgrade to Office 2010 but not sure how it will impact your organization? We take a look at Office 2010, its features, improvements, and compatibility with 2003 and 2007 versions. Some of the most significant changes to the applications in the Office 2010 suite include improvements for collaboration among multiple users, which could impact your organization’s workflow. Learn More.


Office 2010 versions

If you’ve looked at operating systems or server applications lately, you’ve probably noticed they come in two different versions — 32-bit or 64-bit. Now, you’ll also find the new Microsoft Office 2010 available in 32-bit and 64-bit versions.


Microsoft Office 2010 will be available through Microsoft Volume Licensing

Have you received Microsoft Office 2003 or Office 2007 through BiGTech in the past two years? Then you’re eligible for a free upgrade to Office 2010 through Microsoft’s Volume Licensing Service Center as part of Microsoft’s Software Assurance program.


When to expect the launch of Office 2010?

The beta version of Microsoft Office 2010 will be available as donation in mid June 2010.


Other Microsoft Product Launches

Along with Office, Microsoft will be releasing the 2010 versions of three other popular products: Project, SharePoint Server, and Visio.