> I'm Training Manager at a large corporation, and over the next three
OWA doesn't come with Office, so, unless you're upgrading Exchange as well
as Office, there won't be a difference.
Unless you're talking about Outlook and not OWA, in which case, there's good
in product help, but there are also differences. Download the demo and compare
If you're upgrading Exchange as well, OWA has pretty good in-product help.
Personally, regardless of what you're actually upgrading, I'd ask your IT
department to put you on the beta roll-out so that you can make the judgement
for yourself. After all, you know your users and their ability to learn
new software better than we do.