Microsoft Office Live Video
CNET's Elsa Wenzel shows off Microsoft's new Office Live service. In addition to giving you a free Web site, Microsoft Office Live will soon enable online keyword marketing campaigns for your company while integrating its various Web-based tools with the desktop Office Accounting and, of course, the impending Microsoft Office suite.
Launched today to the public, Microsoft Office 365 combines familiar Office Web apps with Web-enabled online tools to help your business work, share, and communicate in the cloud.
Microsoft has released a very early version of its Web-based Office Suite. It looks and feels a lot like the desktop app, which is good, but the sharing functions are awful.
So at one time before February 2008, you could get a domain name for life if you signed up for Microsoft's Office Live. Today Microsoft says it's no longer free. Even though they said it was free for life. But they did acknowledge that "It's a change." You think? Also you can now deposit your checks via iPhone. Wow.
In Office Communicator 2007 and Office Communications Server 2007, Microsoft has completely overhauled its Live Communications family of software. With new PBX connectivity, the new suite pulls the public telephone network into the equation, making it possible for people on landlines and cell phones to join VoIP-based conversations and data conferences. "Presence" detection is also a major theme in the new software suite.
With its cross-domain (and desktop-to-domain) capability, is the drag-and-drop Zude app the "Switzerland of the social Web"? Fifth Generation Systems heads that way with a tool for building\r\npersonal Web presences, authoring multimedia Web pages, and integrating Web-based content.
CCleaner is a freeware system optimization, privacy and cleaning tool. It removes unused files from your system allowing Windows to run faster and freeing up valuable hard disk space. It also cleans traces of your online activities such as your Internet history. Additionally it contains a fully featured registry cleaner.
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The newest version of Office can also be had for an annual fee, Apple's iPad gets more storage, and sites stream the Super Bowl for free.