I look forward to seeing comparisons of the latter and Google Apps, from feature/function and price competition dimensions
On Tuesday, Microsoft said it will sell a package of four server products -- Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, Communications Online and Live Meeting -- to U.S. companies by the end of the year for $15 per PC user per month, and to global businesses in the first half of 2009.
The company also plans to sell a lightweight version that gives limited e-mail and Sharepoint access to "deskless" workers like nurses, factory employees and salespeople for $3 per user per month.
Technology Review: Microsoft expands its response to hosted software
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