Ok, we didn’t say it but “The Student Newspaper for the University of Houston Law Center” says it. From their blog :
Imagine if Microsoft Office was completely free and you didn’t need software or a hard drive to use it. Well, that’s the idea behind Zoho, a suite of productivity software that lives entirely on the Web and doesn’t charge individuals (corporations can pay for a more powerful version). Zoho offers a word processor, spreadsheet, and Powerpoint-style presentation program. It also offers email, calendar, and planning software. None of these programs are as powerful as Office, but that’s not really the point. Zoho gives you the essentials, and quite a bit more, for free. And because it’s Web based, you can access your documents from any computer (Mac, Linux, or PC) and even share them with your friends. Also, you can import and export documents for use in Office or another program. You can even print to PDF. Google’s Docs and Spreadsheets service is simlar to Zoho, but not quite as full-featured. Microsoft will eventually offer its own version. But for now, nobody does Web Office better than Zoho.