Monday, October 01, 2007

Microsoft Charts Its Software Services Strategy and Road Map for Businesses: Company introduces “Online” services and Microsoft Office Live Workspace

 Excerpt -- Office Live Workspace details

Office Live Workspace: New Web Functionality for Microsoft Office

Office Live Workspace is among the first entries in the new wave of online services. Available at no charge, Office Live Workspace lets people do the following:

Access documents anywhere. Users can organize documents and projects for work, school and home online, and work on them from almost any computer even one not connected to the company or school network. They can save more than 1,000 Microsoft Office documents to one place online and access them via the Web.

Share with others. Users can work collaboratively on a project with others in a password-protected, invitation-only online workspace, helping to eliminate version-control challenges when e-mailing drafts to multiple people. Collaborators who don’t have a desktop version of Microsoft Office software can still view and comment on the document in a browser.

Extend Microsoft Office. Users can easily connect to Microsoft Office Word, PowerPoint®, Excel® and Outlook® on their PC via the Web.

Microsoft Charts Its Software Services Strategy and Road Map for Businesses: Company introduces “Online” services and Microsoft Office Live Workspace, solutions that combine client, server and services offerings to deliver connected computing options for people and businesses.

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