File1, 2, & 3 for kcayetano:


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File1:

Google Docs has many helpful tools that we are familiar with.
Email, storage, spreadsheets, presentations, note taking and a calendar.
Its free for personal use, has 15 GB of cloud storage spanning your account.
The business version if called G suite and starts at $5 per user per month.
It give additional tools that can be useful.
Google Docs' makes it less intimidating to get familiar with.
Sharing documents made it easy and add comments and track changes too.

An advantage of Google Apps is the self-contained nature of the software suite.
Users need only a signle login to access the entire Apps catalog.
Google designed the applications to work together.
Apps eliminates possible compatibility problems between programs.
Although it can be a time-consuming task to import documents into the system.
Once your data is in the Google Apps, it is easier to transfer.

Although the signle-source nature of Google Apps.
It also represents a weakness towards your work.
If Google faces a outage, it can affect all of your documents.
Business intoformation can be lost as well.
The service is reliant on the support of Google as a company.
Anything happen to the business it could affect
your ability to access important data.

File2:

Office 365 is a paid product, but it comes with a few advantages over Docs.
It can seamlessly transition from working offline, to online.
Compared to Google Docs-styel live collaboration.
Has a pretty much every document creation and editing tool you've want to use.
Lastly, its cloud storage price is very competitive.

Office 365 is cloud-based, meaning your entire
organization will be using the internet.
None of us can control the internet and
no promises the connection will be poor.
In otherwords, it is better to have a faster and reliable internet.
However, you won't be able to access any important files or data.
This can be very critical when you have deadllines.

Most Office 365 plans come with access to
full desktop versions of Office programs.
You may use the popular applications;
However accessing your email would be a downside.
A way to workaround this is able to sync
your systems to your OneDrive accounts.
This can save all of your changes and
able to access it again without Internet.

File3:

LibreOffice is a polished and free office suite by The Document Foundation.
This non-profit group sustains itself via donations and grants.
Other than word processing, spreadsheets, and presentations;
It has similar applications,buttons, and menus.
Saving the documents can be tricky to save in the cloud.
LibreOffice only supports SMS-based two-factor authentication.
LibreOffice's moble app is only managed document view for Andriod.
Also, a remote-control for the presentation software.
It doesn't accommodate live collaboration.
Instead it has a web version called LibreOffice Online.

The disadvatanges are it doesn't come with
technical support as part of whatever package you buy.
It has limited functions compared to MS Office.
It doesn't 100% hanlde MS proprietary formats or "open" formats.
It is a bit slower and uses up a lot of memory because of Java.
Table handling in the word processor is worse than MS Word.

More advantages are it can save PDFs without hassle.
Cross-Platform in that it's wrtten in Java, which can work on any platform.
Can download it to your computer without givin any perosnal information.
Install it as many machines as you like.
Can give a copy to your friends.


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