"Oracle is out this week with the Open Office 3.3 and
Oracle Cloud Office 1.0 releases, introducing new features and
technologies to users.
"The OpenOffice.org open source office suite is a key piece of
technology that Oracle acquired as part of its purchase of Sun
Microsystems. Open Office is also an area of controversy for Oracle
with a fork called LibreOffice already in progress.
"Michael Bemmer, vice president of Oracle Office told
InternetNews.com that Oracle Open Office 3.3 introduces a number of
improvements for end users. Bemmer noted that that the 3.3 release
includes enhanced usability for presentation editing and improved
slide handling. Additionally the 3.3 release has integration with
Oracle Business Intelligence, Oracle E-Business Suite and Oracle
Universal Content Management solutions as well as overall
improvements in performance, stability and compatibility."
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