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Service Pack 1 is coming…

Bill Baer (@williambaer) is a senior product manager on the SharePoint marketing team.

Today we broadly announced the upcoming availability of Service Pack
1 for Office, Exchange, and SharePoint
 early next year.

Service Pack 1 represents a major update to SharePoint,
establishing a new baseline for support, and provides customers the latest in
improvements to performance, stability, and security.

It’s been an exciting year for SharePoint and we’ve been hard at
work evolving features and capabilities both Online and on-premises.  As
we look forward we’ll continue to deliver rapid innovation through our Office
365 service as well as continued future on-premises versions of SharePoint on
our traditional release cadence of 2-3 years.  We look forward to working
through future changes in the industry with you, on-premises, Online, and everything in
between
.

Join us at SharePoint
Conference 2014 and learn more about how we’re making SharePoint 2013 and
Office 365 better every day.  We look forward to seeing you in Las Vegas!

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