Now, all documents, presentations, spreadsheets and PDFs created using Zoho Apps can be viewed as an embeddable file, similar to Scribd or Docstoc. Those documents can be shared publicly, or just internally, as with Microsoft’s Sharepoint. (Which is why Zoho calls the service “Sharepoint meets YouTube.”)
Zoho Share is an important step for the Pleasanton, Calif. company (which is owned by AdventNet), because it’s another way that Zoho documents can be accessed by non-Zoho users. Without that assurance, I’d be a lot more hesitant about using the company’s products. Zoho made another move in this direction in May, by allowing anyone to log into Zoho using their Google and Yahoo accounts.
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