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Zoho

A very comprehensive collection of online applications and utilities from AdventNet, Inc. (www.zoho.com), introduced in 2005. Included are word processing, spreadsheet, presentations and planner along with collaboration tools such as email, file sharing, conferencing, poll taker and wikis. Providing an unusually large array of Web-based software, individual use is free, while company use is priced according to total users. Zoho plug-ins for Microsoft Office applications are also provided.
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