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Published By: Burton Group     Published Date: Apr 08, 2008
Industry debate about the relative merits of OpenDocument Format (ODF) and Ecma 376 Office Open XML (OOXML) highlights the significance of the productivity application market shift from binary and proprietary file formats to vendor- and product-independent Extensible Markup Language (XML) models. The competitive stakes are huge, and the related political posturing is sometimes perplexing.
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odf, document, open document format, burton group, xml, ooxml, office open xml, microsoft office, word, microsoft word, software development
    
Burton Group
Published By: Microsoft Office     Published Date: Nov 24, 2008
This white paper highlights the key challenges facing the financial services industry, and discusses how the 2007 Microsoft® Office system can help financial institutions affect business performance with innovative and powerful enterprise capabilities that extend far beyond improving personal productivity.
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microsoft office system, microsoft office groove® 2007, microsoft office open xml formats, enterprise applications
    
Microsoft Office
Published By: Microsoft Office     Published Date: Nov 24, 2008
To address the needs of customers as well as emerging workplace trends,  Microsoft focused the design of Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2007 around four key goals. They are: working more efficiently with better results, collaborating with others across boundaries, making better use of information, and streamlining processes and controlling content. These goals correspond to long-term investment areas that Microsoft began with Microsoft Office 2003 and continues to focus on today.
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microsoft office outlook® 2007, microsoft office infopath® 2007, microsoft office open xml formats, microsoft office excel® 2007, enterprise applications
    
Microsoft Office
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