Microsoft Expected to Deliver SP1 for Office 2010 This Summer

Microsoft has announced that they will release a major update to the fastest selling version of their office productivity suite this summer with additional details of the Office service pack at this years TechEd North America conference scheduled for this May in Atlanta, Georgia. The new service pack is expected to include 40 different language updates and a slew of security and bug fixes that have trickled out since its release date last May.

The first Service Pack for the Microsoft Office 2010 Suite is scheduled to deploy this summer

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