If you already own Office 2007, why would you switch to any of these alternatives? If you want to do the same thing you did yesterday, stay with the software you bought yesterday.
I have sharepoint and 100 users. I have people who want to work on the same file, at the same time. Some of my users are on campus, and some are in the field. My Exchange server is also 5 years old.
The last time I licensed Office, it was $96k, I have an Exchange project thats $16k. I have Trend Micro for Exchange thats $1k/yr. Symantec backup for exhchange, power, air conditioning.. another $2k/yr. My SAN is also full, so add in another $15k for storage.
Its $24k/year to license my 100 users for Office Pro, Exchange, Lync, and 1.5TB of space. How is this not saving me money?
Plus, specing, ordering, installing or managing servers doesn't add to your companies bottom line.
One of the cool benifits of the new Office is that I get it at home for free.
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