The availability of Goolge Cloud has expanded on Thursday, with new feature Google Cloud Connect for Microsoft Office, that allows Office users sync all activity with Google Docs.
The service, that has been launched in beta in November, as of right now is becoming available to all users worldwide. With Google Cloud Connect for Microsoft Office, two or more people can start working on the same project at the same time using using Office 2003, 2007 or 2010 on Windows PCs, and easily back it up via Google Docs.
“For example, you can edit a Word document’s table of contents from Dublin while coworkers adjust formatting and make revisions from Denver,” Shan Sinha, Google Apps product manager, wrote in a blog post. “Instead of bombarding each other with attachments and hassling to reconcile people’s edits, your whole team can focus on productive work together.”