Boston is set to pay $800,000 to move the government’s system to Google Apps but they managed to save $280,000 a year by dropping some Microsoft products. That sets off some people from Microsoft and Google as well.
Google is mocked on a set of videos starring Former SNL member Rob Schneider. The comedian/actor plays is a three-man basketball team. Google Docs aka Schneider explains his deficiencies that affect the team.
“To be honest, I'm not exactly Microsoft Office over there. And you're right; I don't always work well with others. Guys, I've got deficiencies." At the end of the first video, "Google Docs" says, "I don't work well without the net, so I'm taking it with me."
The whole point is to explain that Microsoft Office is a team player and Google Docs isn’t worth the gamble.
Schneider promises a shiny little keychain if the gambler can open a "beautifully-crafted presentation created with Microsoft Office" using "Google Docs, without data loss and format discrepancy."
Now, we don’t really care which one you choose. The videos are funny and we’ve missed Schneider’s humor.