26th February 2011, 03:30 #1
Microsoft says Google Cloud Connect for Microsoft Office is problematic
Google Cloud Connect for Microsoft Office is now available to all.
From our initial look at Google’s Cloud Connect it is obvious we have very different takes on how to improve productivity.
As you can see from the demo above, the experience with Google Cloud Connect is problematic on several levels.
Loss of Data & Productivity.
Working on documents becomes more complex because:
The basic process of setting a document up for sharing with Cloud Connect is a multi-step process and is not intuitive for most users.
Not all features or file types work with Cloud Connect. As a result, it often leads to unexpected errors.
According to Google, Cloud Connect can impact the performance of your applications.
Simultaneous editing can easily lead to syncing errors and data loss.
Full read at TechNet.
Anyone used it?