With employees having to attend meetings outside the office, work across different buildings and even the odd day from home, we're having to move around our data, bookmarks, document templates and other tools. We could use the Internet to back up and store our data and then install various applications on a USB stick and then take that with us on the road. However, there are other options. For instance, Ulteo have introduced a system so you can use OpenOffice from the Internet, rather than having to install this on a portable device.
The new system ships with 1GB of storage space and full access to the OpenOffice applications. You can open and save documents, edit Excel files and more. The only snag is, it's a bit slow, but that's partly due to the publicity that the new service has received.
Ulteo OpenOffice online link.
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