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Gmail uses HTTPS by default. However, there are still two ways that IT can see you: If your PC has a trusted certificate owned by IT, they can setup an SSL proxy which resigns using their certificate and capture all traffic. Your PC might have monitoring software Either method could allow them to see your authentication cookie, which they could use ...


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You have several options: Install openoffice.org Install http://www.gdocsopen.com/ https://www.insynchq.com/


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In theory your IT department could see and log everything - I doubt that they would though as it would be a waste of resources. As long as you aren't breaking any rules then I don't see this as an issue. In short, if you are that worried about your personal information, don't use your work network. Use a netbook/laptop and a 3G card for personal internet ...


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There is GANTTzilla.com. Upload & View: Open your Microsoft Project and Planner files right in the web browser! Edit: Edit projects using Gantt or PERT views. And yes, we do version control for your documents ;) Export: Use converters to quickly export documents into other project formats as well as PDF or PNG. Share: Share ...


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Check out Zoho sheet: http://sheet.zoho.com/vbaobjectexplorer.do and http://vbmacros.wiki.zoho.com/ I haven't experimented with it but they claim some VBA support. Looks interesting.


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I'm not really familar with Outlook, but a bit of searching suggests that its difficult or impossible to export the calendar from Outlook 2003. I see a few tools that people have written to do the job but I'm in no position to recommend anything. What you could do is try Google's Outlook Calendar Sync tool, which claims to support Outlook 2003. ...


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Saaspose is the solution of your problem, using this free App not only you can convert your document to a variety of other formats but also create your document whether its Word document or PDF from scratch online.


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Online PDF Converter seems to be what you are looking for. You can either convert for free (and send the converted document to an email) or buy a membership.


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No this is not possible. Google recently added more fonts to the list and they will continue adding I guess. They won't let you to upload your own fonts or using external ones (since the removed the ability to edit css/html), because there is going to be an issue if you are going to share the Document and your collaborators won't be able to view it properly. ...


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There are instructions on exporting event data from Outlook and importing into Google Calendar here: http://www.google.com/support/calendar/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=83126


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ARCHIBUS is the enterprise-quality and a very widely used software suite that some really big players use for space management. They have a web-based version of their tool here http://www.archibus.com/index.cfm/pages.content/template_id/813/section/Web%20Central/path/1.3.28.32/menuid/32 My only caveat is that everyone I know who uses ARCHIBUS uses the ...


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not tried it myself But been wanting to find time to install (& hopefully compile) feng office


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Calibri and Cambria are both available for me in Google Docs.


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One of the other main differences is that Google Docs is hosted by Google, and only Google, whereas Office Web Apps can be hosted on your own server, thereby giving you control.


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They're actually very similar. Both allow you to create, modify, and share several document types online. The biggest difference between the two is in the feature set. While Google Docs is a great way to create basic documents, spreadsheets, and presentations, Office is far more powerful when it comes to styling the presentation of these documents. So if ...


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One of the largest differences is that you get much better compatibility with Microsoft Office when you are using Office Web Apps instead of Google Docs. Google Docs can butcher a good bit of your formatting when importing and there isn't a good way to get it back if you need to export. That said, I think Google Docs has much better real time collaboration ...



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