Windows 7 and Windows Cloud may be the stars of Microsoft's Professional Developer Conference, but the next version of Office has also landed a role in the production.
Office 14, as the product is code-named, will be discussed at next week's event, with attendees likely to get a peek at a couple of its features, according to sources. Unlike Windows 7, though, folks shouldn't expect to leave Los Angeles with a copy of their own.
"We will rewrite Office to work in a browser," he said in an interview with Britain's Computer Weekly. Microsoft employees also got a peek at Office 14's versatility during the company's recent annual employee meeting. This job opening for the "Office Web Companions team" offers a bit more on what was shown.