Migration to Micrososft Office Said Not to be Seamless

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Forrester Research is warning business users who are ready to move to Microsoft’s Office 2010 — especially from older versions of Microsoft Office — that they may face some easily and not-so-easily remediable pitfalls.

“Forrester Research is warning business users who are ready to move to Microsoft’s Office 2010 — especially from older versions of Microsoft Office — that they may face some easily and not-so-easily remediable pitfalls.

Microsoft officials have said Office 2010 is the fastest selling consumer version of Office to date. But the Softies haven’t made the same claim on the business side, as the Forrester researchers pointed out in a December 13 research note. That’s because business upgrades typically take longer to commence and complete.”  See, ZDNet Article on Forrester Research’s Findings.

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About Richard D. Ackerman
Rich Ackerman is a litigator in Southern California. He has litigated a number of high profile cases and is regularly contacted by media outlets concerning his views on constitutional issues of the day. He is a Director of the Riverside County Bar Association, Chair of the RCBA Continuing Education Committee, served as President of the Mt. San Jacinto College Foundation (2008-10), and taught philosophy at Santa Ana College and Santiago Canyon College for nearly a decade. Rich has also published a number of newspaper articles, magazine articles, and published a textbook during the time he was teaching. He has presented on various topics before the California Legislature, KTLA, FoxNews, the O'Reilly Factor, NPR, and a variety of other places. His curriculum vitae is set forth at www.avvo.com/attorneys/92563-ca-richard-ackerman-48193.html . He is available for presentations to local bar associations, law schools, and other engagements.

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