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So, Thinking Of Alternatives To Microsoft Office?

Direct Answers To Frequently Asked Questions

Why Read This Report

Enterprises today have something not seen for at least the past decade: unprecedented choice in desktop productivity tools. Google, IBM, open source, and numerous enterprise Web 2.0 vendors offer alternatives to desktop productivity's gorilla: Microsoft Office. Choice is good. But with choice comes confusion as those looking closely at desktop productivity investments wonder if they can save money or better serve employees with an alternative. This document answers frequently asked questions posed by information and knowledge management (I&KM) professionals responsible for evaluating desktop productivity alternatives.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • 1. What's the adoption rate of the leading Microsoft Office alternatives?
  • 2. What's keeping enterprises from aggressively embracing these technologies?
  • 3. How are other enterprises using these alternatives to Microsoft Office?
  • 4. Will we cut costs by moving to an alternative?
  • 5. What, in addition to cost, should we factor into any evaluation?
  • 6. What can we do internally to focus our evaluations?