What: “IBM has officially launched a beta version of its cloud-based IBM Docs document-editing tool, with a final version expected to go up against Google and Microsoft’s services later this year.”
Why: “Like Google Docs and Office 365, IBM’s service lets people to edit and share text, presentation and spreadsheet documents. Unlike them, it has a feature to assign specific sections of a document to key staff for editing.”
How: “IBM Docs, which has been under development for the last two years, is part of IBM’s LotusLive cloud platform. The platform is undergoing a rebranding, and will be known as IBM Smart Cloud for Social Business.”
Full article on ZDNet.