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PostSubject: Emirates Airline Runs Pilot Program of Microsoft Office 2010   Tue Sep 14, 2010 12:21 am

Emirates Airline Runs Pilot Program of
Microsoft Office 2010

Press Release
Emirates joins list of 30 global customers to
pilot Microsoft's latest Office offering
Office 2010 will allow Emirates to simplify
internal and external collaboration and
deliver a synchronized experience across all
devices

Dubai, UAE: September 13, 2010 - Microsoft
Gulf today announced that Emirates airline
has become an early adopter of Microsoft's
latest Office product - Office 2010. As one of
the 30 global customers to be part of the
pilot testing phase, Emirates airline accessed
a pre-release version of the new Office 2010,
as part of the Microsoft Rapid Deployment
Program. The major objective of the
collaboration between Microsoft and
Emirates is around the evaluation of the new
software and its capabilities to provide a
familiar interface to users across PCs, mobile
phones and browsers thereby making it
easier for them to collaborate from any
location.
The process commenced in January 2010,
when Microsoft engaged with the Emirates IT
team to deploy Office 2010. Emirates
currently has about 1300 machines running
Office 2010 on pilot and eventually, all users
will be migrated to the new tool in a phased
approach over the course of the year.
"Our collaboration with Microsoft and their
Office 2010 product is part of Emirates
airlines' commitment to providing world-
class service and technological capability
throughout the organization," said Patrick
Naef, Divisional Senior Vice President IT,
Emirates. "By aligning our in-house desktop
engineering expertise with Microsoft's
technology expertise, we are able to provide
a simplified yet robust desktop environment
which enriches the experience for Emirates
staff across multiple devices."
Elias Tabet, Business and Marketing Director,
Microsoft Gulf added, "Emirates airline is a
strategic partner for Microsoft and this
investment reflects their commitment to
excellence. Office 2010 is providing them
with a roadmap to improve security, stabilize
operating costs and make business
operations more agile. Emirates' progressive
view of technology has helped us
demonstrate that Office 2010 should be a
key component in any enterprise that is
constantly looking for solutions that help
businesses harness the power of a global
work force and enable improved internal
collaboration."
Office 2010 gives Emirates' IT administrators
an effective way to centrally manage the
organization's critical business applications.
The new product offers a host of new
features designed to improve IT
administration, remote application access
and security. Some key features include:
Office Web applications: where users don't
have to be at their PC to work on their
documents. They can access them using only
a web browser
Office mobile applications: that helps users
stay up-to-the-minute using their phone to
quickly review or edit their work on the go
Ignore Conversation Thread: as part of the
new Conversation View in Outlook 2010, you
can act on an entire conversation in a single
click - filing or tagging the conversation for
follow-up, or you can "Ignore" entire threads
- moving the current messages as well as
any future replies into the Deleted Items
folder
Microsoft Office 2010, codenamed Office 14,
is a Productivity Suite for Microsoft Windows
and is the successor of Microsoft Office 2007.
Office 2010 includes extended file
compatibility, user interface updates and a
refined user experience. It will be available
for Windows XP SP3 (32-bit), Windows Vista
SP1 and Windows 7. With the introduction of
Office 2010, a 64-bit version of Office will be
available for the first time, although only for
the Windows Vista and Windows 7 operating
systems. Currently over 2 million people have
downloaded the Office 2010 beta. In the
Gulf, over 10,000 people are running the beta
P version which is available for download at
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