<b>Technology News:</b> Google Page Creator may signal move into Office territory. By John Stokdyk

Amid all the buzz about Microsoft Office Live and other moves towards software as a service, some commentators are suggesting that Google may be preparing to offer online spreadsheet and word processing tools.

The arrival of Google Page Creator, an online rival to FrontPage, appears to have set the ball rolling.

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John Stokdyk's picture

Thanks for monitoring the situation, Dennis

John Stokdyk | | Permalink

I sneaked off on holiday last week and missed the excitements of the Google-Writely deal. Thanks for keeping us posted, Dennis.

Kudos is due here to Richard MacManus of ZDnet.com, who was the commentator who most clearly explained the strategy last week. After predicting Google's Writely move, I'm certainly adding his RSS feed to my collection.

John Stokdyk
Technology editor
AccountingWEB.co.uk

dahowlett's picture

Events overtook me

dahowlett | | Permalink

Google just acquired Writely - ho hum...

dahowlett's picture

you're right...and wrong

dahowlett | | Permalink

Great analysis John but I can't see anyone buying into a Google office anytime soon - more important things to worry about. Lots of issues around the online stuff - despite my enthusiasm for this stuff. You know where to go to get the practice skinny on this...