Google Cloud Connect to make Microsoft Office better

Google has finally announced Google Cloud Connect for Microsoft Office, a new service that will make it easier to save documents created in Microsoft Office to Google Docs.

The original service called DocVerse was acquired by Google earlier and is a similar service like OffiSync.

With Google Cloud Connect, Google aims to make Google Docs popular among Enterprise users who find MS Office a better alternative to Google Docs.

Cloud Connect will bridge this gap as users can work on familiar MS Office applications like Microsoft Word, but still can get additional features like simultaneously editing and version control present in Google Docs.

Google Cloud Connect enables users of Office 2003, 2007 and 2010 to sync office documents to the Google cloud, without ever leaving Office.

The sync documents have a unique URL, and can be accessed even on mobile devices, at any time through Google Docs.


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