"On the surface, it seems similar to some of the built-in collaborative functions in Google Documents, or perhaps more accurately, the now defunct Google Wave — but brought by Dropbox, into the Microsoft suite of applications. And there are some impressive aspects to how people can use Harmony: The features can work when two people are working on separate operating systems and on different versions of Microsoft Office or Dropbox.Dropbox Announces ‘Project Harmony’ To Bring Collaborative Features To Microsoft Office | TechCrunch
It’s quite a technological feat, and being that a massive number of enterprises use the Microsoft platform, this could have a huge impact."
Thursday, April 10, 2014
Dropbox Announces ‘Project Harmony’ To Bring Collaborative Features To Microsoft Office | TechCrunch