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|18th July 2008, 09:13||#1|
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Online office apps get real: Google Docs vs. ThinkFree vs. Zoho
For quite a while, Web-based suites -- which offered word processing, spreadsheets, presentations, and other tools associated with desktop office suites -- were extolled not because they did these things well, but because they could do them at all. But the three major competitors, Google Docs, ThinkFree, and Zoho, have all made major improvements in recent months. They're becoming both broader, with more applications, and deeper, with more features and functionality in existing apps.
The question is: Are these three applications really ready to take on a desktop-based heavy hitter like Microsoft Office?
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