So it’s 10am as I start this posting, which I’m typing while I bounce back and forth between Ryan Stocker’s talk on the Web content management services you’ll see in Office “12” and Rob Lefferts’ talk on our unified approach to managing documents across Office “12” servers and clients. It’s the only time we’re truly viciously competing with ourselves in Office server-land, so I suppose we should count our blessings.
We had three sessions go into overflow rooms and one of them get scheduled for a repeat, so mega-kudos to those of you who are showing up to see what we’ve got in store. For those of you who couldn’t be here, allow me to provide a quick recap of what happened.
Today we’ll be covering document management, Web content management (which, together, comprise Enterprise Content Management, or ECM, which I’ll cover within the next few days), how WSS and Office servers will use and expand upon the Windows Workflow Foundation, search, our Business Data Catalog, and some of our business intelligence and reporting facilities. I’ll try and do a recap of that tomorrow.
Moreover, over the next several days and weeks, I’ll provide digest recaps of the sessions taking place here. Stay tuned — I wasn’t kididng about the gag being removed.