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"I really like the way you can access your work items from within Outlook. I like the way you can bring up the full work item forms, make edits, and save immediately to TFS. It was great to create new meeting requests or mail messages from the work items."

Lori Lamkin
Product Unit Manager for Team Foundation Server at Microsoft

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"I know of a good number of companies that will love having something like this - getting their timesheet management into TFS (so it can be reported on, especially) will make life a lot easier for them."

James Manning
Software Design Engineer for Visual Studio project at Microsoft

"I like the idea of being able to link work items to e-mails and meetings. I also like that it provides non-technical information workers the option of working with TFS in a more familiar environment. Congratulations to TeamExpand on the release!"

Jason Barile
Principal Test Manager for Visual Studio Team Foundation Server at Microsoft

"TX Chrono, by TeamExpand, allows users to easily track how they are spending their time, store that information in TFS, and make it available for reporting in the warehouse."

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Product Unit Manager for Team Foundation Server at Microsoft

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Team Foundation Server Training: TFS on Azure

June 1st, 2011
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Today, most software development companies employ some sort of source control and version management system. Still, there are those who rely on outdated processes. TFS running on Windows Azure can help such companies evaluate the benefits that quality ALM software provides and get sufficient Team Foundation Server training.

TFS on Azure is not yet officially released, most of its users are TFS development team members, but technically speaking, it is up and running now.

I see it as a great future opportunity for smaller software companies, who want to implement TFS as a try before you buy and Team Foundation server training option. TFS on Azure will help reduce implementation risks by providing an evaluation and Team Foundation Server training environment. Companies can use it to assess the capabilities that TFS has to offer and identify the best ways to solve their development challenges. TFS in the cloud will accelerate the adoption of Agile practices, improve the productivity of software development, and emphasize collaboration.

There is still work to be done to enable TFS on Azure have the same functionality and stability as the on-premise product offers, but once it’s completed, TFS in the cloud will bring not only Team Foundation Server training options, but also cost savings, and new application management practices.

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