Thursday, February 28, 2008

Google Goes After Another Microsoft Cash Cow - Bits - Technology - New York Times Blog

It'll be interesting to see how Google Sites rates, compared with SharePoint and other incumbents

Google is adding a new front to its assault on Microsoft’s software applications business.

The Internet search giant on Wednesday is rolling out a rival to Microsoft’s SharePoint, a program used for collaboration among teams of workers. Google’s program, called Google Sites, will become part of the company’s applications suite, which includes e-mail, calendar, word processing, spreadsheet and presentation software. Like other elements of Google Apps, it will be free and require no installation, maintenance or upgrades.

Google Goes After Another Microsoft Cash Cow - Bits - Technology - New York Times Blog

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