This article aims to compare Google Docs on the Microsoft traditional Office software. It examines all the new options to create, edit, share and collaborate documents and spreadsheets these days. Since the use of more traditional desktop applications like Microsoft Office to use online tools such as Google Docs, this article explores the differences and highlights the benefits that Google Docs to Microsoft Office. For example, if you use Microsoft Office to create and edit a document, what happens when you have to share the file with others or allow collaborative editing? When comparing the use of Google Doc or Microsoft Office, the cost is another issue that obviously comes to mind. Why? Most online tools (Google doc included) are completely free with respect to the purchase of licenses at exorbitant prices for Microsoft Office. Google Apps (including doc) standard for your domain is free. Google Apps for Business offers two tariff plans: a flexible $ 5 / user per month you can add or remove users at will and pay the difference and a user / $ 50 per year plan where you commit to a year to get a discounted rate.Office, on the other hand, requires initial investment in Office on your workstations and server users and business services in your environment. If you do not have Office on users' computers, you can pay another $ 12 / user per month for each of them a copy of Microsoft Office Professional Plus. No two ways about it: Microsoft Office 365 is and will always be more expensive for almost every type of business, but Microsoft thinks they have more than enough resources to justify the price.
Editing documents and spreadsheets through your browser, you get your email through Gmail, and you talk to colleagues using Google Talk - all on your browser.
On the other hand, if you want to access these features, you'll need Office installed on your computer already (for use offline and cloud resources as opposed to just webapps) and you will need to frame the .NET installed. Looking at this one, you know it is much easier to work with Google Docs to Microsoft Office.
In conclusion, there are countless reasons why you should use Google Docs in place of Microsoft Office and these reasons are obvious, as already demonstrated in the few cases above.