Microsoft is making Excel and Word, the company's flagship applications, available online in the 'Cloud'.
This means that instead of the apps being installed on your computer, you will be able to use them as hosted applications living on a servers somewhere in the internet Cloud.
It's a clear response to Google and others' applications such as Google Docs and it will keep them 'in the game', but how this must go against the Microsoft grain.
The whole company has been built on applications (and operating systems) that live on PCs.
Are they capable of changing their culture to instead be in the Cloud?
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