Office Automation Software Analytical Essay by write123

Office Automation Software
An analysis of the office automation and group collaboration software used at the author's organization.
# 105340 | 765 words | 2 sources | APA | 2008 | US

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This paper examines Microsoft Office 2003, running on the Windows XP operating system, and Microsoft SharePoint, a Web-based application that makes it possible to create intranet sites and share documents easily. The author analyzes the advantages and disadvantages of each software as they relate to the organization's tasks of creating, editing and sharing documents and projects.

Table of Contents:
Microsoft Offices' Advantages and Disadvantages
Microsoft SharePoints' Advantages and Disadvantages

From the Paper:

"In terms of improving Office, the following actions are needed soon. First, the XML integration is needed to make sure the applications generated for use on the Internet can easily be used by Office users as well. Second, the approach to hosting or OnDemand use through Dynamics needs to be re-thought and the tenancy model needs to be more defined towards multi-tenancy. Third, the Office applications themselves need to be more transparent with one another to support work flows across many different work groups."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • International Data Corporation (2005) - Worldwide Browser Market Shares Report. December 2005. Framingham, MA.
  • Techworld Magazine UK (2005) - "Open Source strikes at Microsoft Office" TechWorld Magazine. 24 June 2005. Matthew Broersma. Accessed from the Internet May 12, 2007:

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