Monday, September 11, 2006

News Analysis - Office 2.0: Publishers Confront A Long Twilight of Personal Computers in the Enterprise

The Microsoft Windows-based PC has been a staple of enterprise offices for more than twenty years, a technology that has created a stable environment for publishers to develop value-add services. But with the arrival of new office technologies that rely on open Web-oriented standards the broad assumption of having Windows as the foundation for those value-add revenues is being challenged. Office 2.0 is a nascent movement with plenty of rough edges, but tomorrow's winners will be those publishers who are embracing and shaping the services available in the Office 2.0 environment today.

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