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G Suite review

10 days ago   |   By Tech Radar

Back in 2006 when Google bought the web word processor Writely, the idea of running office apps inside a browser seemed barmy. We'd only just got used to checking our email on the web, and online apps just didn't have the power or the complexity to compete with desktop applications. More than a decade later, everything has changed - so much so that Microsoft and Apple have followed in Google's wake by dragging their own office suites onto the web in cut-down form. While it's true that desktop apps remain more powerful, the benefits of running everything in the cloud are many and varied...
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