I've got no problem with the people at Microsoft making fun of Google and pointing out some of the issues with getting enterprises to use cloud-based productivity apps. But in this video, they chose to do a parody of a 1980s TV show that most folks probably don't remember, or if they do, the parody was old about 15 years ago. Witness the "Googlighting" video (hint for the 20-somethings: They're mocking 'Moonlighting', which starred Bruce Willis and Cybill Shepherd, and ran from 1985-1989). How do I know that this is dated? I asked a 20-something co-worker if he had ever seen the TV show that Bruce Willis had done and he said, "Bruce Willis did a TV show?" I won't even mention the irony of Microsoft posting this on the Google-owned YouTube. Or tell my co-worker that Bruce Willis also had hair. Read more of Keith Shaw's ITworld.TV blog and follow the latest IT news at ITworld. Follow Keith on Twitter at @shawkeith. For the latest IT news, analysis and how-tos, follow ITworld on Twitter and Facebook.
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