Stephen Elop: Why would anybody buy Microsoft Office these days?

The conventional wisdom is that Microsoft is jeopardizing one of its biggest cash cows, its traditional Office software, by releasing its free, browser-based Office Web Apps along with the Office 2010 suite in an attempt to fend off Google Docs and other online programs.And seriously, why would most people pay for Microsoft Office these days […]

The conventional wisdom is that Microsoft is jeopardizing one of its biggest cash cows, its traditional Office software, by releasing its free, browser-based Office Web Apps along with the Office 2010 suite in an attempt to fend off Google Docs and other online programs.

And seriously, why would most people pay for Microsoft Office these days when basic editing features are available for free in a browser? See the video, for Stephen Elop's answer:

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