Q&A: With Microsoft Office Visio 2007, Every Picture Tells a Richer Story

Microsoft PressPass runs a Q&A session with Microsoft’s Richard Wolf on Microsoft Office Visio … 

… Richard Wolf, general manager of the Microsoft Office Graphics Division, highlights new data visualization capabilities in the upcoming release of Microsoft Office Visio that will enable business and IT professionals to more easily understand and share complex information.

REDMOND, Wash., Sept. 19, 2006 – While a picture may be worth a thousand words, having the right pieces of data associated with that picture can be invaluable to IT professionals and business managers in making better-informed decisions.

That notion of improved business insight has strongly guided the development of Microsoft Office Visio 2007, the company’s diagramming and data visualization software. Currently in beta testing and scheduled for release to business customers later this year as part of the 2007 Microsoft Office system, Visio 2007 includes a range of new features that give people greater control over how they analyze and share information visually.

Today at the Interop New York 2006 information technology exposition and conference, Microsoft demonstrated how Visio 2007 can help organizations render complex information in simple-to-understand graphics. PressPass asked Richard Wolf, general manager of the Office Graphics Division at Microsoft, to explain the thinking behind the new features. …

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