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  • Google Docs VS Microsoft Office.

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  • Charles

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    September 5, 2019 at 7:00 am

    We have been using Microsoft Office for decades. It was socially considered as a default tool for any documentation (word file or PPT or accounts sheet ) till google stepped in with its own version of Microsoft Office(Google Docs). Now, they both are trying to dominate this specific market. So, let’s discuss how they both are different from each other and which one you should choose for better productivity. Differences Between Microsoft Office And Google Docs Microsoft Office – Microsoft office is not an independent platform. There is a massive Microsoft Office 365 package including more than half of dozen applications as Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook, Publisher, Access and OneNote. Ms word is one of main application of MS Office which we can use offline as well as online. We can integrate the third-party app with MS office via office store as Microsoft has expanded its platform for Integration. OneDrive’s 1TB cloud storage is integrated into Microsoft Windows. We can also work on MS office as Offline in a desktop and can simply save our files on the computer. Microsoft office can be installed in windows and IOS systems and MS word comes up as a pre-installed app in android and IOS. Microsoft package starts at $5 user per month with a business essential package with 1TB cloud storage in Onedrive. The next package comes with a full version of office(MS word, powerpoint, excel, outlook, publisher and one-note ) with $8.25 per month. Office business premium package costs $12.50 per user month with the access of the full version of the office suite, exchange online mail, IM and conferencing via skype for business. Google Docs – Google Docs is a web-based platform that changes the way of edit and shares docs in the modern web. We don’t need to download software or purchase office packages because we can work on it online. All we need to do is just log in with our Google account in any internet browser and head over to docs.google.com. Google comes with great Third-party app integration. We can add a third-party apps CRM system and project management for merge tools and contact update plugins. Google Drive (cloud storage ) is more popular. It gives you 30 GB for business and unlimited storage as you subscribe to a monthly business package. Google also supports offline mode but it also requires access to an internet connection to work properly. Google docs support both android and IOS devices and we can install it on any computer and browser. Like windows, I Mac, Linux, and chrome. But not supportable in windows phone. Google docs are free for every user with limitations. But If you want to purchase business G suit, it costs $5 per user and $10 per user for per month for google unlimited with unlimited cloud storage and advanced features including e-discovery, retention, insight, and audit, etc. If you want to read the complete article click here – by hq overview Jonwalterc46 – –

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