Friday, June 25, 2010

MS Office Web Apps - office moves to the Internet



Using online services, you can handle photos, edit videos, recognize text, translate words from one language to another and perform many other operations that were previously impossible without installing special software. Online office packages have also not surprising. Web-office is at Google and Adobe, and most recently - and from Microsoft.

June 9 the official presentation of the final version of Office Web Apps - a service that makes it possible to work with documents Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote, without referring to desktop applications. Although the service has yet officially launched only in the U.S., UK, Canada and Ireland, and the presentation of a version for Russian users is scheduled for the fall, working with an online office from Microsoft can now. Simply go to the site office.live.com and logged in using an account Windows Live. If you do not have such an account, it’s very easy to create.

Office Web Apps are working within the service Skydive. Launched over two years ago, this service also owned by Microsoft, and allows you to store files online experience. Each user can store the service documents, totaling 25 gigabytes.

Service exists as an add-on to Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010. Users can upload documents to the corporate server and a web browser to access files that were uploaded by other employees.

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