For most investors, the term "productivity software" is synonymous with Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) Office. And rightly so -- with around 90% market share, Mr. Softy's application suite is a dominant force in the corporate landscape. In today's edition, Lyons discusses why, in the midst of Google's (NASDAQ:GOOGL) aggressive entrance into the market, that might not be the case forever. Watch as our analyst details exactly what Larry Page and company are doing to make Google Apps the new standard, and how investors can profit from a shake-up in this dusty space.
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