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6 Predictions for Cloud Office in 2015: Google for Work vs. Office 365 | BetterCloud Blog

6 Predictions for Cloud Office in 2015: Google for Work vs. Office 365 | BetterCloud Blog | Future of Cloud Computing and IoT | Scoop.it

Via Tom D'Amico (@TDOttawa) , Rui Guimarães Lima
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Jeff Robson's curator insight, December 12, 2014 9:31 PM

Maybe some corporates are using Google for work ... although none I know! Great to see competition driving more innovation though.

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Will Google Apps Break The Last Tech Monopoly: Microsoft Office? - Forbes

Will Google Apps Break The Last Tech Monopoly: Microsoft Office? - Forbes | Future of Cloud Computing and IoT | Scoop.it
Recently I've been writing about monopolies. When they're important and when they're not. The really crucial point is whether that monopoly is contestable or not.

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12 Things You Had No Idea You Could Do With Google Drive

12 Things You Had No Idea You Could Do With Google Drive | Future of Cloud Computing and IoT | Scoop.it
Microsoft what? Let's be honest: it is all about the cloud. The convenience of having all your documents, spreadsheets, and presentations accessible from any device that can connect to the Internet is too good not to take advantage of, which is why most

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Gerald Carey's curator insight, December 4, 2014 5:17 AM

Introduces the new feature of being able to edit Office files within Gmail (or at least select the option to go to Google Drive and edit it). It also contains some other tips which might be useful although the author does use a scatter-gun approach with no particular theme.

I did learn one new thing: CTRL-SHIFT-C for a word count.