Google dominated the search arena, and then seized vast chunks of the e-mail market from Yahoo! and Microsoft's MSN. Now Google is taking aim at Microsoft's nearly universal office applications. But will Google's subscription-based Apps Premier Edition shake the House that Bill Gates built? Two analysts weighed in on "Morning Call."
Rob Enderle, principal analyst at the Enderle Group, says Microsoft Office is facing a run for its money. He told CNBC's Dylan Ratigan that the firms have a dichotomy in viewpoints and strategy that may make all the difference in satisfying clients: Google is "anticipating where the market is going," says Enderle, while Microsoft is perceived as being mired by its very size.