Office is one of Microsoft’s best-selling,long-standing products with amazing surface area across many industries and sectors. So what does it mean to take Office 2010 to the cloud? And what does it mean to exploit the surface area of this productivity platform to integrate with one of Microsoft’s most significant cloud offering,Windows Azure. In this session,come learn how you can architect and develop solutions that connect the most pervasive productivity platform with Windows Azure. Specific areas of coverage include,but are not limited to,leveraging Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) cloud services to augment Office 2010,using Microsoft Business Connectivity Services to connect to Microsoft SQL Azure,integrating Windows Azure with Microsoft Office 365,and amalgamating jQuery,Office Server-side services and services deployed to Azure. If you’re looking to understand how you can take advantage of Office,both rich-client and cloud versions,to integrate with Windows Azure then you can’t miss this session.
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