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Microsoft Office Challenger: Google's Cloud Connect

By David Needle
November 24, 2010

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The battle for supremacy in the office productivity market is central to all of enterprise computing because document management software occupies such a critical role. David Needle reports on the latest skirmish.

Google is ready to show off what its plans are for DocVerse, the startup it bought back in March. DocVerse had built a cloud-based add-on for Microsoft Office designed to let users easily share and edit Office documents online.

Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) plans to offer the revamped DocVerse (renamed Google Cloud Connect for Microsoft Office) to testers. The company had no details about when Cloud Connect would be more widely available, but did confirm the service will be free.

DocVerse was started by two former Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) product managers. Basically, the service is designed to help users of Office Word, Powerpoint and Excel move to Google Docs by giving them the same Office interface with the added collaborative features that Docs offers.

Read the rest at Datamation.

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