As part of the Exchange 2010 announcement today: Microsoft Unveils Exchange 2010 With Public Beta we also announced a timeline for the next version of Office products (see First in Wave and Availability sections):
Microsoft Office 2010, Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010, Microsoft Visio 2010 and Microsoft Project 2010 are scheduled to enter technical preview in the third quarter of 2009 and release to manufacturing in the first half of 2010.
Note the name change to Project; the “Office” piece was removed (so we will ship a Microsoft Project Professional 2010, Microsoft Project Server 2010, for instance). More information from the SharePoint team on the new name change here.
To learn all about Project 2010, I encourage everyone to attend Microsoft Project Conference 2009 in September.
Today as part of the Exchange 14 annoucement we officially announced the name and availability of Office
As announced by my colleague Doug McCutcheon : Project “P14” Readiness, Now Officially Microsoft Project
It is nice to know that MS is going to release 2010 project server. I hope this time MS will consider complete EPM suite (i.e. Portfolio server, project server and project professional) for 32 and 64 bit operating system and do rigrous testing before releasing the software with full of hotfixes and service pack.
Also, they will allow administrators to perform smart administration on users i.e. what pwa users is actually doing at the moment and what they have performed during the session of project professional.
I have plenty of suggestions for 2010 version in respect of features and administrative jobs but can't find any website to pass it out.