If you’ve been keeping up with office computing software for the public from the Internet, you know that Microsoft is gearing up to launch Office Web. Like Google, it’ll enable any free account-based user to access traditional office computing software (outlook, word processor, spreadsheet, presentations, etc.) from the Internet (aka cloud-computing). This service is poised to gain market share for MS Office and could lower [software] licensing fees for any business and lessen the need for software upgrades to computers. This article is prelude of what’s to come and how Microsoft and Google may complete to win your account.