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Google Docs Goes Offline

Google's word processor-y sort of thing isn't just a SaaS application anymore. Google Docs is now available offline in what a lot of people are calling a challenge to Microsoft Word.

Our note to Google: Be careful what you're getting into here. You've still got Microsoft over a barrel with the whole SaaS-apps thing, but offline productivity software is Redmond's bread and butter, and Microsoft has crushed all competitors that have tried to usurp its position in the market. We're just saying...

Posted by Lee Pender on April 02, 2008 at 11:54 AM


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