There has been a great deal of talk about the release of Microsoft’s Office 2010 product recently and I wanted to give everyone out there in blog land a brief overview of what the new software can do. One of the major additions to the software is the ability to view, share, and edit Office files (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote) files from virtually anywhere via Office Web Apps. The changes in Office 2010 are an attempt by Microsoft to go after the Google Apps market as the battle between the two seems to be heating up.
If you are a small business owner and are in the market for new productivity software, be sure to also take a look at this PCMag.com article that puts Google Apps up against Microsoft Office Web Apps and make the decision for yourself. Would love to hear what others think on the subject.
The Tech Accountant