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Turning Off Office

I know you all love Jim and Pam, but at some point you have to turn off The Office and get a life. Maybe grow some beets like Dwight or move to Colorado like Michael Scott.

And when it comes to spreadsheets, documents and presentations, many grow weary of paying the Microsoft tax.

Forrester surveyed and, surprise, companies want out of this tax. They just need something better than Office. Forrester's conclusion? IT is interested in alternatives that are better than Office.

So the über geniuses at Forrester have come through with research that sub-analyst minds has been thinking for years.

Posted by Doug Barney on 05/23/2011 at 1:18 PM


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