My spin: MSO 2003 will be released next month. It’s got some new features, but as always with ecah MS upgrade you’ll have to look at your business and really decide if you need the updated features.
Cnet News Clip: Office 2003, the upcoming update of the company’s market-dominating productivity package, for the first time will include tools for restricting access to documents created with the software. Office workers can specify who can read or alter a spreadsheet, block it from copying or printing, and set an expiration date.
The technology is one of the first major steps in Microsoft’s plan to popularize Windows Rights Management Services, a wide-ranging plan to make restricted access to information a standard part of business processes. (More information)
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