Is ARIA ready to make Web 2.0 accessible? The OWA team says "YES!"

Recently, customers who use Outlook Web App (OWA) have been raising the topic of web app accessibility as a top priority. One reason for all the buzz about web application accessibility is due to a standard produced by the W3C called ARIA (Accessible Rich Internet Applications). While the standard has been around for a while now, ARIA support in the most commonly used web browsers has recently improved. We want to share our thoughts on this topic and let you know that ARIA support is coming to future versions of OWA!

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