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Microsoft computer software has been around for over 20 years, yet the company is able to add useful capabilities to its latest product,Microsoft Office 2010. Microsoft Office consists of a number of packages, the most prominent of which are MS Excel, MS Word, and MS PowerPoint and MS Outlook. While many users make use of some or most of these programs, MS Word is the most popular and used by virtually every Canadian with a computer. Anyone who needs a reliable, faster MS Office suite with great new features should buy Microsoft Office 2010.

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When looking at the office suites presented by Microsoft presently, a large part of the market certainly would insist that buy Microsoft Office 2007 or 2003 should be the premier products to possess. Perhaps, it is because both of these programs offer so much regarding tools, applications, features, and other things which make office life simpler for the ordinary professional. Interestingly, when you contrast Microsoft Office 2003 with 2007, you get an entirely different picture.

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Además de hacerle una modificación a su sitio MSN.com, los de Redmond han anunciado el lanzamiento de un sitio de noticias que será puesto en marcha para el mismo día que salga Windows 8, es decir el 26 de octubre. El anuncio se da a unos meses de que Microsoft y NBC confirmaran su separación, […]

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Cuando el tablet de Microsoft, el Surface, fue presentando, los socios que Microsoft ha hecho a través de los años, se vieron molestos, pues los de Redmond nunca habían hecho aun lado a sus partners para el hardware de sus productos, pero con el Surface las cosas cambiaron y parece que con Windows Phone, Microsoft […]

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Ha llegado a nuestro país Club Digital, un sitio diseñado para fomentar el uso de las Tecnologías de la Información y Comunicación (TIC) entre los jóvenes, ya que ofrece soluciones de capacitación en línea que permitan a este sector juvenil desarrollar habilidades relacionadas con el manejo de las TIC y emprendimiento. Para ser parte de […]

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Además de hacerle una modificación a su sitio MSN.com, los de Redmond han anunciado el lanzamiento de un sitio de noticias que será puesto en marcha para el mismo día que salga Windows 8, es decir el 26 de octubre. El anuncio se da a unos meses de que Microsoft y NBC confirmaran su separación

Microsoft has done an incredible job in terms of promoting Windows 10, its latest and most advanced operating system. The Seattle tech giant has very good reasons for making sure that Windows 10 is able to secure a large market share, but this does not make it a better operating system. For most Canadian users of desktop computers powered by Windows 7, which Microsoft engineers nicknamed “Vienna,” taking advantage of the free upgrade to Windows 10 did not make sense.

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You may love Agile for its flexibility and fluid requirements processes. Still, Agile has its exhibits that document your project’s path to success — Agile, after all, requires more documentation and holds the team more accountable than other methodologies do. One piece of documentation, though, gets overlooked more than others because it echoes that Waterfall feel: the product roadmap.

What an Agile Product Roadmap Is

In case you haven’t heard of it, a product roadmap is an extremely high-level view of your product’s path. It outlines basic steps and delivery deadlines to help everyone on the team stay focused on when certain steps need to happen for the project to succeed.

In Waterfall, the project manager develops this high-level outline and typically morphs it into a detailed, start-to-finish project plan. An Agile roadmap, on the other hand, comes from the product owner (with input from developers, of course). It’s a flexible timeline that builds automatic categories for the backlog and filters out requirements that don’t lead to the project’s overall success. Use it as a buy-in tool that helps your team get the budget and resources it needs and something to point to when executives say they want a new feature that doesn’t tie into the project’s goals.