Business Contact Manager for Outlook 2010 or Outlook 2013 is available, with an updated version released in November 2014 (contains bug fixes). This is a full file installation (368MB) and I recommend using this if upgrading an existing BCM installation instead of using the smaller update file (released in Jan 2013). You'll need to uninstall BCM (but not SQL) then install the new BCM. Links to both files are below.
In case you missed it, earlier this week the BCM Team announced that yes, there will be a BCM 2013, but not for a while:
We invite you to check back in the new year when we will have more details to share.
While Microsoft hasn't announced exactly when Office 2013 will be released to the masses, I expected an RTM announcement soon (because Office 2010 purchases after Oct 19 get a free year of Office 365/Office2013 subscription) and sure enough, it came just as I prepared to send this newsletter. No word yet if BCM will work with the subscription version of Outlook or if it will be easy for new users to get. We'll find out next year.
The update for BCM was released in January 2013. The update is called "BCM Compatibility pack" and is available as an update for BCM 2010 or as a full file installation when BCM is not installed or if you have BCM 2007 installed. Outlook 2010 users can install the full file version if they do not currently have BCM 2010 installed. BCM 2013 works with both Outlook 2010 and Outlook 2013, but both cannot share the same database.
BCM is no longer available from download from Microsoft. Users can download the full 64-bit BCM installation file from BCM for Outlook 2010 or Outlook 2013 (368 MB).
Users can download the full 32-bit BCM installation file from BCM for Outlook 2010 or Outlook 2013 (368 MB).
For more information, see the Description of Business Contact Manager compatibility pack for Outlook KB article.
Business Contact Manager for Outlook Database Tool is no longer available from Microsoft. Use this to install the BCM db on a server.