Microsoft announced the planned release date of Service Pack 1 for SharePoint 2010, Project Server 2010, and the Office 2010 Suite for end of June on this blog post. They are providing us not only a collection of the hotfixes and cumulative updates recently published for these products, but also some interesting enhancements for the server platforms and client applications.
I’m happy to hear that the team of Project Server 2010 was able to provide a first cross-browser support for the Project Server 2010 Web App. This is certainly one of the most important improvements for this platform and opens Project Server 2010 to companies that have heterogeneous environments. Furthermore, Project Professional 2010 will be able to synchronize scheduled tasks with SharePoint 2010 task lists. This is a great thing and gives our customers the possibility to do small project management with Microsoft tools without requiring an immediate introduction of the Project Server 2010 platform.
Finally, I update my SharePoint 2010 and Project Server 2010 update blog post to keep track of all the cumulative updates (and in future also service packs 1) of these products. (it is a little bit late to be a news, but next time I try to be more proactive )