Ready, Set, Connect
The best new software is all about integration, so get ready to take your business to a higher level of connectivity.
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You have an internet connection, so why not use it? That seems to be the conclusion of most software-makers, who are rapidly incorporating more web services into their disk-based applications. And we're talking applications both large and small: Microsoft's new 2007 Office system suite adds support for wikis and blog tools, as well as the Office Groove collaboration application for connected users. But a similarly wide range of functionality can be hosted on a web server and dished out to your browser as needed--a great example is NetSuite's omnibus accounting/customer service/e-commerce combination (see our SaaS section on our shortcuts page.
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