Google updates Apps sharing capabilities to allow more, yet simplified sharing options.
As Microsoft unleashes its Office 2010 to consumers, Google continues its almost daily upgrades of its Apps suite. Today, a biggie for those who share their Docs inside and outside of their domain.
The settings are available from a link next to the doc name and look like the window (right).
Check the video below for the full explanation.
Google's Docs service is a compelling alternative to the expensive Microsoft Office upgrade, especially for web-savvy collaborative organizations.
Microsoft is currently ramping up its extremely profitable Office 2010 updates but it may run into some competition it hasn't had to face since the Wordperfect/Lotus 123 era. Google offers its Docs service as part of its online Apps suite for $50/user/year.
In a blog post titled 'Upgrade here', Google's Enterprise Blog presents a MORESeth Weintraub - May 11, 2010 1:16 PM ET
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