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Ronit

I just can't imagine being in the position of a CTO who has to tell employees that they will be switching from MS Office (which they know and have used for many years) to something new from Adobe or Google instead. It would cause a mutiny at my firm if we tried that.

for a firm that's never gotten used to Office, the alternatives make sense. But the inertia of an established business userbase is going to be a truly formidable barrier for Google or Adobe to contend with.

Paul McKey

I haven't seen the Adobe apps but most of what I see from Google is regressing user interface design by twenty years. You'd think a company with that much cash could hire a designer. Seeing usability and complexity are inversely proportional this will only get worse as the techos heap more features into a their flawed interfaces.

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