Collaborative work applications, collectively known as "office 2.0," now let you work remotely with other people in whole new ways. Microsoft is once again the catalyst, opening up a public beta for its Office Live Workspace this winter. Office Live will be a gateway drug for workgroups and companies to explore the full possibilities of office 2.0 -- and not just Microsoft's products. Microsoft's collaboration features are sufficient for most, but a word processor such as Buzzword lets a group edit a file concurrently without having to download a special add-on. Ismael Ghalimi, creator of the Office 2.0 Conference, has a comprehensive list of more than 600 apps in more than 50 categories.
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