Microsoft says it will make lightweight, web-based versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote as part of Office 2010. The “cloud” applications are part of a company push into collaborative document making, according to Microsoft chief strategist and researcher Craig Mundie.
In this interview Mundie also addresses Google Chrome OS and the future of Windows.
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