Techworld’s John E. Dunn:
Organisations are wasting money licensing Microsoft Office applications that the majority of employees barely use, a study released this week by application analytics startup SoftWatch has found.
The firm carried out a 3-month analysis of Office suite use in 51 global firms representing 148,500 employees, revealing that seven out of ten employees weren’t using any single application heavily, launching them only for viewing or light editing.
I doubt we’ll ever agree on the relative importance of Office today, but there’s another data point. Whatever. I’m tired of arguing with you people.
(Via Ben Bajarin)