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Re: [newtech-1] Re: zoho, google office or just stick with M$ right now?

From: Victor S.
Sent on: Saturday, September 1, 2007 8:19 PM

Office 2007 is a beauty, even for a seasoned user like me.
You really do get what you pay for. And they way .net is looking we are going to have full office experience (hotmail is the closest thing I can think of in the wild, with spell checker) online... Think SharePoint (MOSS) 2007 with built-in nice editors. Even with free WSS... 

On 8/30/07, Hemanth Setty <[address removed]> wrote:
Great article today(with poll) about state of office/web-office
tools. The interesting thing to note is that the audience is
primarily early-adopter crowd, who still seem to have a huge hurdle
in trying to get past the MS office suite.

I think its primarily 2 factors - feature set(includes navigation of
menu, buttons, shortcuts, macros etc) and also convenience(Word icon
is right there on your desktop and everyone knows how to use it).
IMHO, the best web-office tool is one that is going to be a
combination of desktop/online integration and zoho is one step closer
than google docs(Maybe MS Groove too but I never really could figure
that out).

On Aug 29, 2007, at 5:25 PM, Hemanth Setty wrote:

> Hi everyone,
> I have been on-again,off-again google office user and the frequent
> updates have been promising for google office. I have also played
> around with zoho(these guys are on steroids -  cranking up new app
> every other day). I do like zoho with their intense feature list
> (project management, office docs, crm support - all for free too
> for basic use) and MS office integration. While their UI is great -
> their SSO integration seems a bit clunky and they don't have the
> unified google apps type support that would be very useful to
> collaborate with my remote team members.
> While both Google office and Zoho seem pretty decent, I wanted to
> get some user experiences on them. Any good, bad or ugliness to
> note? Are you ready to quit MS office and use Zoho or google office?
> hemanth

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