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The Future of Productivity: Office Business Applications Evolved

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Tune in to this live and on-demand content to explore how building Office Business Applications (OBAs) has progressed as we look at the types of solutions that you can build by using Microsoft Office 2010 and Microsoft SharePoint 2010.


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