It’s nearly here… SharePoint 2010

In May this year,

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just after the SQL Server 2008 R2 release (which will be made at the SQL Pass Europe conference on April 21st)

Comes the big guns, SharePoint 2010 and Office 14, I mean the Office 2010 system.

Right, smack in the middle of EMC World 2010 in Boston, Mass.

We will be there with architectural guidance, performance and scalability and how the new built-in Search capability weights up against the old built-in search capability in SharePoint 2007.   Come see us in the EMC Proven Solutions Pavillon.

Our next steps after that? Scale up and bring FAST search server for the Enterprise into play.

One of the bigger challenges for us in the lab is to devel into testing more functions and features available in the new SA model versus the old SSP, but we’ll get them.  More to come on that as we progress.

 The Technet documentation build-up is going fast and furously right now, a recent update was the SharePoint 2010 hardware and software requirements.

We’ll keep in touch with our progress.

James.