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|5th December 2016, 07:32||#1|
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Google’s Productivity Suite: Any Good?
Google’s productivity applications such as Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, and Drive, is undoubtedly on the best alternatives to Microsoft Office. This productivity suite is simple and easy to use. For the ever-connected workaholic who’s always online, it doesn’t get better than this. Unlike Microsoft Office, there is no need to download anything when you use...
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