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Last hurrah for PC-based software?

At Office 2.0 show, start-ups will be out to prove that a browser and online services are all computer users need.

At this week's Office 2.0 Conference in San Francisco, start-ups and speakers will be out to prove that a Web browser and online services are all a computer user needs.

blog Panelists discuss where they are on the scale--old-school Office 1.0 (PC-based apps) users, or all-online, Office 2.0 gurus.
October 11, 2006

blog New products can enhance the way you really work, if you have a time to wait for your apps and data to come over the network.
October 11, 2006

blog The set of integrated hosted productivity applications launched as beta service Wednesday with on-demand and on-premise versions.
October 11, 2006

Office 2.0, Enterprise 2.0, and other numerological mysteries

ZDNet blog Andrew McAfee, of Harvard Business School, outlined findings of study on effects of wikis, blogs, tags and predictive markets on enterprises.
October 11, 2006

blog The benefit of online tools is in coordinating work with colleagues.
October 11, 2006

blog Coghead opens up the beta of its software that lets people create Web-based workflow applications with a visual tool.
October 11, 2006

Google combines word processing, spreadsheets

Beta of Google Docs & Spreadsheets launches; free product lets people collaborate online in real time.
October 10, 2006

'Office 2.0' start-ups knock on business doors

Start-ups try to chip away at the Microsoft Office franchise via lower costs and Web-based collaboration.
October 9, 2006

blog New tool displays documents and spreadsheets in one interface, where you can tag and sort files.
October 10, 2006

blog Service addresses the typical office frustration of collecting comments and approvals on documents.
October 10, 2006

blog Single point of entry now provides access to all Zoho applications. But CNET's Rafe Needleman wants more.
October 9, 2006

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Salesforce.com CEO: Customization is king

Marc Benioff argues that Apex will let customers diverge further from one-size-fits-all hosted applications approach.
October 9, 2006