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Microsoft Office 12 beta release in November?

The final release is slated for the second half of next year. An initial developer beta version is expected to be available this fall. According to the latest rumours Office 12 beta may even ship in November.

 

October 4, 2005 Author: Erik Wigman

Microsoft to support PDF in Office 12

Microsoft Office 12 will enable people to publish documents in the Adobe PDF format

Brian Jones, a program manager for Microsoft Office, said that Office 12 will let end users take an Office document and convert it to PDF format, People will not be able to actually read PDF files from within Office applications; a PDF viewer will still be required. Microsoft Office 12 is expected to ship to be completed by the second half of 2006.

Brian said that sharing documents across multiple platforms and long-term archiving are very important.

October 3, 2005 Author: Frank Beverdam

Apple Plugs Critical OS X Vulnerabilities

Apple has issued 10 fixes for flaws in OS X that several security firms are calling "critical." Not installing the patches produced by Apple could result in hackers being able to remotely access your computer and change your administration privileges or mismanage data on your computer.

September 29, 2005 Author: Erik Wigman

Free upgrade Studio 8

If you have bought Studio MX 2004 shortly before Studio 8 became available, you may qualify for a free upgrade!

September 29, 2005 Author: Erik Wigman

Flash Media Server 2.0 beta

Flash Communication server fans have been waiting for this day for a long time, the beta of Flash Media Server 2.0 is available for download.

 

September 28, 2005 Author: Frank Beverdam

Google has celebrated his seventh birthday

Google is celebrating its seventh birthday... Google Chief Executive Eric Schmidt said:“We had a pretty strong year! We're announcing tonight that in terms of unduplicated pages our index is now three times larger than any other search engine."

Google will stop providing on its search page a quantity of pages indexed, which previously was listed as 8 billion.

September 27, 2005 Author: Erik Wigman