Google has enhanced its Docs application to offer users the ability to edit documents on the move.
The company claimed that three million businesses now use its enterprise applications, amounting to some 30 million individual users.
Google recently added two-step authentication to its Apps suite, and has tipped its hat in the direction of emerging platforms including the iPad.
The Docs package now includes mobile editing features for the Android and iOS operating systems, explained Dave Girouard, president for Google Enterprise, in a blog post.
"In the next few weeks, workers around the world will be able to co-edit files simultaneously from an even wider array of devices," he said.
This will allow increased collaboration regardless of the worker's location and the hardware being used, according to Girouard.
Perhaps in a dig at more established office applications, Girouard added that "only cloud computing is able to deliver the whole package of productivity enhancing collaboration, superior reliability and virtually unlimited scale at a price that's affordable for any size organisation".
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