Central Desktop Looks to Unseat SharePoint

Central Desktop has built its business with a cloud-based collaboration platform. Now, it’s extending that solution to provide compatibility for the applications in Microsoft’s popular Office suite.

The new Central Desktop for Office product offers cloud-based storage and collaboration features built on its existing SaaS product, and adds a toolbar to Word, Excel and PowerPoint to provide users with an experience similar to SharePoint. Small Business Computing takes a look.

Have you wanted the collaboration and content management features in the cloud that Microsoft’s SharePoint Server provides but don’t have a big company budget?

Central Desktop says it has a solution for that.

The company’s newest product — called Central Desktop for Office and available Monday — aims to provide much of the functionality of Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) SharePoint without the cost or the maintenance overhead.

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Central Desktop Aims to Undercut SharePoint

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