Office 2.0 Database

Ismael Ghalimi of IT|Redux covers the recently released Google Calendar and he is right; I switched right away from CalendarHub. The ease of switching from one product to another is quite easy so long as one can get content out of the application. For me the best feature in all of these Office 2.0 products is the ease of getting my content in and out. I want support for Microsoft formats but much more so support for open document formats. And the ability to share.

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Office 2.0 Database

Ismael Ghalimi of IT|Redux covers the recently released Google Calendar and he is right; I switched right away from CalendarHub.  The ease of switching from one product to another is quite easy so long as one can get content out of the application.  For me the best feature in all of these Office 2.0 products is the ease of getting my content in and out.  I want support for Microsoft formats but much more so support for open document formats.  And the ability to share.

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