A year ago, Microsoft trailed Google's market share by over 50%, now the Redmond Company is leading the way with its Office 365 as the number one cloud-based office productivity software.
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Google has now announced that it will stop scanning Google Apps email accounts for ad targeting following its recent decision to stop scanning email accounts of students using Apps for Education.
Google has launched new stand alone iOS and Android Docs and Sheets apps that allow users to create and edit documents that can be stored on Google Drive, with a Slides app due for release later.
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A developer has already found a way to hack into the new Nokia X smartphone, with its forked version of Android, to allow it to access Google's apps and the Play store.
Google has just announced through a blog post that it will be dropping the support for IE9 on its Web Apps in the coming weeks and users will be notified to upgrade to a newer version of the browser.
A survey conducted by Forrester Research has revealed the huge dominance of Microsoft Office among productivity suites in the corporate world and some other interesting findings about competitors.
During today's financial analyst meeting, Microsoft said that 440 companies that used Google Apps for their software productivity needs switched back to Office in the last fiscal year.
Microsoft has posted up a blog post written by team members from the Catapult Systems consultant group, claiming that "we're seeing customers flee Google Apps for Office 365."
Many workers at the Pearson education company are claiming that a decision to switch from Microsoft Office to Google Apps was a mistake forced on them by upper management.
Google have unified the free storage that they give users for Google Drive, Google+ photos and Gmail into one, allowing everyone 15GB of shared space. Google Apps for enterprise now have 30GB.
Microsoft has announced that several more large organizations have signed up to use its Office 365 cloud-based software service, taking the opportunity to slam Google Apps' features.
Microsoft has issued a statement that criticized the city of Boston's move to stop using Microsoft Exchange in favor of Google Apps, saying that Google's solution is not secure enough.
Microsoft is supporting a bill in Massachusetts that if passed into law would restrict data gathered by companies from kids in schools. The effort is aimed to keep Google software out of schools.
Google is still planning to stop supporting some older Microsoft Office formats in Google Docs after January 31st, after giving those formats a few extra months of life.
The state of Google Apps on Windows Phone is rather shoddy at the moment, so a petition has surfaced that aims to get Google to bring their apps to Windows Phone properly
Google may compete with Microsoft with Google Apps versus Microsoft Office, but Google is still hiring people who have to be proficient in some Office programs to be considered for the gig.
All Google wants for Christmas (of 2013) is to steal away 90% of Microsoft Office users from their chief competitor. Do users need all of the advanced features that Microsoft offers? Google says no.
Just now, Google announced that it has discontinued its free offering of Google Apps for new customers and that there will be no alternative to sign up for a free plan.
Google has announced that Google Docs will no longer support several older Microsoft Office formats, such as doc, .xls, .and ppt., starting October 1st.
Support for Google Apps will be dropped from Internet Explorer 8 after the upcoming release of Internet Explorer 10. As a result, Google Apps will no longer be supported in Windows XP.
Google has announced it has acquired Quickoffice, which make office productivity software products mostly for mobile phones and tablets. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
While Microsoft claims that the Office 365's price cuts this week were due to making the service more efficient, analysts believe the real reason was to compete with Google Apps.
A new update for the Android version of Google Apps has been released that adds a number of new features, including the ability for for users to have online real time collaboration with documents.
A new parody video from Microsoft takes aim at Google Apps, slamming the online productivity software suite while using the TV show Moonlighting as the video's theme.
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