Microsoft’s upcoming Office 2010 will integrate the Internet more than ever. Nowadays, it’s common to have the need to network and share files. The challenge comes if someone is at another location, such as home or on the road, and you need to share files from your office computer.
Microsoft Office 2010 will now allow running its Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote over Internet Explorer to provide ease of accessibility. Wherever you are, you’ll be able to access and work on your files. And you can have others collaborate easily. This is very similar to Google Apps and this is no coincidence. Microsoft is looking to compete with Google’s online sharing industry.
This new online version is a good way for Microsoft to compete with other online apps as well as free Office programs. This online version will allow computer users to leverage the Internet to the fullest.