Zoho offers an unrivalled range of products for small companies. The core applications consist of a spreadsheet, word processor and presentations (Powerpoint equivalent). There are also calendars, planners, notebooks and more. You could actually ditch the traditional way of working and work solely on Zoho.
Live documents is aimed at the home user rather than corporate users. If you want a nicer looking package then you could do worse than try live documents. It has all the usual features such as spreadsheets, word processors and presentations but they are a bit more fun to use. The desktop and interface are more attractive than Zoho and slightly easier to use.
There are also other offerings from
Google: in the form of Google docs
Adobe: in the form of Acrobat.com
Best thing is to try them out and see which is a best fit for you
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