Microsoft is expected to launch a cloud version of its popular Office applications Tuesday, in a move that is aimed at protecting its turf against Google and other cloud-oriented competitors.

Chief executive Steve Ballmer is expected to unveil Office 365 at an event scheduled in New York. Microsoft has dabbled in cloud-based applications, and most notably offers a cloud version of its Outlook email offering that has proved popular with government clients.

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