Microsoft's Office Suite has a slew of new and powerful competition from Google, IBM and OpenOffice.org. That's all good for consumers, but will it ever have any impact in the corporate space?IBM this week introduced a private-label version of OpenOffice, which itself is a wonderful alternative to MS Office.
InformationWeek's Barbara Krasnoff notes IBM isn't off to the greatest start, however, as its Notes Symphony suite is a real download/registration PITA.
IBM's offering came shortly after OpenOffice.org upgraded its suite to version 2.3, and Google added its PowerPoint competitor to the Google Docs suite.
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