Google Docs is a free, Web based application similar Microsoft Office launched by Google and the best thing about this application is that it users to create and edit documents online while collaborating in real-time with other users. Millions of users across world have moved to this application because it requires no tool, no upgrade, no software and of course not even Microsoft Office.
Well currently Google is offering 1Gb free size for holding your documents and other files. I think this size is quiet sufficient for most of you. Well if you still haven’t tried Google Documents or you still want to use Ms Office because you don’t want to work online, then good news is that now you will be able to enjoy the web based benefits of collaborations that Google users enjoys by using a simple tool named Google Cloud Connect.
This tool is developed by a company named DocVerse which is acquired by Google Google only earlier this year. This Google Cloud Connect is a innovative tool that will allow you to use the familiar Microsoft Office Interface on your system and enjoy those benefits which Google documents is offering, from your default MS office only.
This tool will basically add in your MS Office as a toolbar on the top and from that toolbar only, you can share your documents simultaneously with multiple people sitting in any part of world. A full revision history is kept as the files are edited, and users can revert to earlier versions in one click.
The best part about this tool is that can be used with all the latest versions of Microsoft Office i.e Office 2003, 2007 and 2010. When you synchronize any of the document, it can be accessed from any part of the world from PC or even from the mobile devices anytime. All you need to have is a Google Id and then you enjoy this tool for absolutely free on your PC.
This tool is highly in demand for both the commercial and personal usage. So now you will be required to fill out a form on this link to get the notification of this tool when it become public. This tool will be only available for all the versions of Windows but unfortunately there is not any information regarding the availability of this tool for MAC users.
Seeing its demand and popularity, am sure that Google will surely going to launch this tool for MAC too soon. If you want to use this tool, you can sign up here