Microsoft is turning Office 365 into a joke in my opinion. With iWork, I get all my apps for FREE as well as online storage and free applications for my mobile devices, and the online web apps are just as fully featured as the desktop applications are, and each application install is an infinite license. The only thing I would ever have to pay for is more storage if I choose to. With Google Docs, I once again have all my applications free, with free online storage, free applications for my mobile devices, the web versions have all the same features as the desktop version, the applications have an unlimited license, and once again the only thing I have to pay for is more storage if I so choose to. With Open Source, once again all my applications are free with unlimited licenses, and I can use a free online storage system that I can integrate it with, like Box or Dropbox. Microsoft Office 365 though? $6.99/month or $69.99/year for 1 license, 1 use on a tablet and smartphone, storage on OneDrive, and 60 minutes of Skype credit (Google offers unlimited calling within North America for free with their accounts), and as soon as I stop paying I lose all of this. Of course I can always just go buy Office individually, but then I have to pick and choose which tier I want and the cheapest one comes with 4 apps (one of which is available for FREE on Windows and tablets/smartphones) for $139.99. For $80 more the only thing they include is an email client! And even still I don't gain access to mobile applications. And the free version of Office 365? Crippled web apps and online storage. That's it. No access to mobile apps or any desktop apps. What Microsoft needs to do is create a free option that gives users Word, PowerPoint, and Excel, access to the mobile applications, and some online storage for free. It's ridiculous how Microsoft is getting away with overpricing their applications (buying Word stand-alone is $110!!!) while others are offering better services for FREE. If it wasn't for their iron grip on the office application suite you would definitely see a lot less people falling into this trap. As more and more businesses switch to the iOS and Mac OS platforms, Microsoft is going to need to act quick.