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Wondering what new products are coming from Microsoft this year? Redmond Channel Partner's product guide is now up. Though the 2010 lineup was a tough act to follow, there are quite a few new products in this year's pipeline as well.

Among them are new versions of Dynamics, Windows Small Business Server and, of course, Office 365. There are also a number of enabling products to look forward to including Visual Studio LightSwitch, Silverlight 5 and Internet Explorer 9. Also, while we're not sure it will ship this year, we included the next version of SQL Server, code-named Denali. The Community Technology Preview (CTP) is now available.

If you're looking to keep tabs on Microsoft products in the pipeline, this is a feature you will want to bookmark.

Posted by Jeffrey Schwartz on February 03, 2011 at 11:59 AM


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