Monday, May 10, 2004

"The new software, an addition to IBM’s Workplace strategy, is a bundle that includes e-mail, word processing, spreadsheet and database products aimed at business users. While Microsoft’s market-leading Office bundle works only on Windows and Apple Computer's Macintosh operating systems, IBM's new software is designed to be accessed through a Web server, meaning its accessible from systems running Windows and Macintosh, as well Linux, Unix and handheld devices, sources close to IBM said." From Cnet

Right direction, Why is Open Office not coming out with something similar?


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