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Cisco Taking Aim at Office?

Wow, these guys in Northern California are showing some ambition. First, Cisco turns itself into a server company. Now, company officials are hinting at development of a long-rumored competitor to Microsoft Office. The potential sounds like a Web-based offering similar to Google Apps.

Well, Cisco, you'll be deep in enemy territory if you try to do this. Many have tried to knock Office from its throne, and thus far all have failed. Show us what you've got...if you're going to have it.

Posted by Lee Pender on 07/01/2009 at 1:22 PM


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