CloudOn Remains Unconcerned by Microsoft Office App

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In the absence of a fully functional Microsoft Office app, a small ecosystem of substitutes has accumulated millions of users with similar products. One startup, Cloudon licensed the actual office tools from Microsoft making their suite of tools as close to the real deal possible. That is until of course Microsoft announcement that it has upgraded its own app. But does this worry Cloudon? Read on right here and find out.



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