One of the most frustrating things about working in an office is the constant emailing back and forth of documents to various team members. Each person has their own way of saving files, making edits, etc, and the person in charge of the document has to manage multiple copies coming from in multiple people. It’s a headache that has Excedrin written all over it. Since most corporations still use Microsoft Office as the “standard”, switching over to Google Docs / Zoho isn’t really a viable option. How then to streamline this problem and offer online type of collaboration to Office documents?
DocVerse to the rescue! DocVerse brings online collaboration / sharing of Microsoft Office documents to your office and mobile workers, allowing user level access, and single file management. If you’d like to check this out for yourself or your office, we’ve got good news for you. DocVerse has set GottaBeMobile and its’ readers up with 101 beta invites and you can sign up here. ou only need one invite per team since each Beta user can share and invite their colleagues to view documents using DocVerse. The beta version of DocVerse only works with PowerPoint 2007 for the time being, but CEO Shan Sinha says that support for other Office applications, Office 2003 and Office 2008 for Mac are coming soon. You can view presentations and comment on them from any web browser, including IE, FireFox and Safari.
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