Zoho+Vs.+Google+&+Microsoft+Live

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  • 1. Tristan CarterMichael McKelveyNathan ViekmanFelicia Voegele Zoho vs.Google & Microsoft Live
  • 2.
    • Zoho facts & components
    • Comparison (Google & Microsoft Live)
    • History of Cloud Computing
    • The big deal
    • Concerns
    • Conclusion
    Overview
  • 3.
    • Integrated with Google, Microsoft and Yahoo
    • Sync contacts
    • User Authentication
    Zoho
  • 4.
    • Word Processing
    • Spreadsheets
    • Presentation Editor
    • Chat & Wiki component
    • Familiar user face
    • Website & Blog capabilities
    • Supports digital signatures
    • Background templates
    Zoho Components Zoho Business
  • 5.
    • Files can be saved as:
    • pdf, open office, html, text, webpage, attachments from writer(zoho)
    • limited fonts, no auto spellcheck
    • spreadsheets, interactive tables and charts
    • no xls support
    • No full blown productivity suite
    • 500mb storage
    • 25MB upload capability
    • limited interaction
    • allows for online collaboration with microsoft components only
    The real comparison is between Google and Zoho Google Microsoft Live
  • 6. History of Cloud Computing 1949: ADP founded (Cloud's spiritual ancestor)1994: Hotmail1999: Salesforce.com2003: Myspace2004: Gmail, Facebook2005: Youtube2006: Amazon, Google Apps2007: MS Announced Exchange labs2008: Zoho selected by GE (400,000 seats)
  • 7.
    • high scale low cost providers; geo-diversity
    • anytime/place, access docs via web browser
    • repid scalability; incremental cost; load sharing
    • share of mind; no need to focus on commodity IT
    What's the big deal?
  • 8.
    • Performance, reliability
    • Control of data, service parameters
    • integration among tech silos
    • applcation features, choices
    • privacy, security, compliance, etc
    Concerns
  • 9.
    • Very user friendly
    • Many features are free, only pay for the upgrade or more storage
    • High security integration
    Conclusion