BPOS news para Julio !!!


El equipo de producto de MOS nos deleita con las novedades que empezaremos a disfrutar a mediados de Julio, como siempre, sin downtime, os hago un resumen:


 




  1. La herramienta de migracion soportara MIGRACIONES ENTRE CORREO EXCHANGE EXTERNALIZADO y BPOS


  2. Los ficheros en Sharepoint pasan de 25Mb a 250Mb maximo. Si ya sabeis que el maximo de Sharepoint es 1 Tb, pero tambien estan trabajando en ello para evitar el limite.


  3. INCREIBLE pero CIERTO, las licencias de Live Meeting STANDAR que hasta ahora soportaban 15 concurrencias pasan a soportar 250 personas en la misma reunion.... ojo ya sabeis que el modelo de LM necesita que las organizaciones tengas licenciados a los usuarios que PARTICIPEN o CONVOQUEN que sean empleados, los externos pueden participar gratis, esto no cambia šŸ˜€


  4. Por fin pedir un trial va a ser mas facil.. pasa de 45 clicks a 6 clicks mas o menos....


  5. La provision de usuarios internacionales es mas sencilla.....

 


Aparte de esto para los partners va a haber intersantes novedades que por ahora no son publicas hasta el WPC šŸ™ pero seguro, seguro que no os van a dejar frios.


 


Por lo demas por fin finaliza el FY09..... uf que largo y que duro, pero nada en comparacion con el que viene, eso si šŸ™‚ el aƱo que viene tendremos el MOCP 2.0, Exchange 2010, Wave 14..... en fin que tengo muchas ganas de ver las novedades...


 


Por cierto no se si lo habeis probado pero ya funciona Outlook 2003, ojo al dato, entra en fin de vida, y ... bueno en fin que siempre tenemos la posibilidad de disfrutar de Outlook 2007 y Outlook 2010 y OWA y OMA.... que mas queremos ? .... ahhh si, el soporte de POP3/SMTP, pero eso es para otro post.


 


Abrazos, blames y demas a mi direccion de correo šŸ˜€ 


 


 


The Microsoft Online Services Service Update for July 2009 will begin deployment into production data centers on July 7 and is scheduled to be available to all customers by mid-July; updates to the release deployment status will be posted to the comment section of this blog post.


 


No scheduled downtime is planned for the Microsoft Online Administration Center or the availability of the services in the Business Productivity Online Suite. Downtime is expected for the Microsoft Online Customer Portal, which will affect an organization's ability to set up trials, buy subscriptions, and modify their subscriptions. Watch this Team Blog for additional information on planned downtime.


 


The following features are included in this Service Update for July 2009: 


 


Migration Support for Hosted Exchange Mailboxes. The Microsoft Online Services Migration Tool is updated with features to allow users to specify hosted Exchange mailboxes as source mailboxes for mailbox data migration.


 


Increase for SharePoint Online File Uploads. The maximum file size for documents uploaded to SharePoint Online increases from 50MB to 250MB.


 


More Live Meeting Attendees. Meetings hosted in Live Meeting Standard can accommodate up to 250 attendees, an increase from 15 attendees per meeting. This change applies to all users of Live Meeting Standard, including those that own Live Meeting licenses as part of their Business Productivity Online Suite. The upgrade will be available for new customers after July 13; existing Live Meeting customers will be upgraded by August 13.


 


Microsoft Online Services Trials for India. India becomes the newest market for Microsoft Online Services and the Business Productivity Online Suite. Trial accounts will be available to organizations in India with this service update. Commercial availability is targeted for Fall 2009.


 


Quick Trials. The process for getting a Microsoft Online Services trial is significantly streamlined. With updates to the Microsoft Online Customer Portal, user actions required to set up a trial account are reduced by 75 percent and better integration with Live ID authentication.


 


Worldwide User Provisioning. Administrators can assign user licenses to worldwide users, an important addition for multi-national organizations with users in numerous countries. Previously, administrators could only assign user licenses to users located in countries where Microsoft Online Services are marketed and sold. Users located in a country where use of Microsoft products is prohibited or restricted, however, still cannot be provisioned. Customers and Partners should consult with their Microsoft contact for additional information on these prohibitions and restrictions.

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