Monthly Archive: April 2007

We’re Hiring! – Duet Enablement Group Architect

We’re Hiring! – Duet Enablement Group Architect

We’re hiring a new architect for the Duet Enablement Group. Duet is a groundbraking collaboration between SAP and Microsoft designed to revolutionize how Information Workers interact with enterprise applications. We’ve released the first version...

Duet at Sapphire

Duet at Sapphire

Today at Sapphire SAP & Microsoft announced the extended roadmap for Duet 2.0 and Duet 3.0. The key messages of this roadmap are: Microsoft and SAP will extend their Duet partnership with two more...

Shai Agassi’s Missing Presentation and New Blog

Shai Agassi’s Missing Presentation and New Blog

Shai Agassi, former SAP executive, shares details from the keynotes presentation he was supposed to give in SAPPHIRE. It also turns out Shai has a new blog at http://shaiagassi.typepad.com (also known as http://www.thelongtailpipe.com) This one...

Track your Duet Leave Request\Report

Track your Duet Leave Request\Report

Stefan Schwing posted 2 new blog posts that describe how to track the process of a leave request and report creation throughout the Duet landscape. Check these posts out: Follow your Leave Request in Duet...

Microsoft’s 3$ Software Plan

Microsoft’s 3$ Software Plan

In Beijing this morning, Bill Gates announced Microsoft’s plans to offer a package of Windows, Office and other software for $3 to government programs that subsidize PCs for students to use at homeschool. The “Student...

Corporate Data Slips Out Via Google Calendar

Corporate Data Slips Out Via Google Calendar

Dial-in numbers and passcodes for company meetings are just one example of what is now available on Google thanks to the Search Google Calendar feature, added to Google’s Web-based calendar service last November. As...

Windows Media Player on Firefox

Windows Media Player on Firefox

The Windows Media Player team announced a new plugin that enabled watching Windows Media Player content on Firefox: Have you been itching to enjoy your media content on Firefox?  The Windows Media Player team...