Microsoft on July 2 unveiled Equipt, a subscription-based service that weaves together Office applications, Windows Live OneCare security software, and Office Live Workspace, the web-based extension of Office for sharing and storing documents, ChannelWeb reports. Formerly code-named Albany, Equipt is aimed at home users and students, but the Office Live Workspace component could make it attractive to small business users as well. But unlike competing online document suites such as Google Docs, Office Live Workspace users need Microsoft Office applications in order create the documents they store and share online. Microsoft is selling Equipt exclusively through partner Circuit City for

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