If you can't beat 'em, bribe 'em. That seems to be the angle Microsoft's taking with Office 365, its cloud-based answer to Google Docs. Usually, when an organization wants to adopt new software on a large scale, it's required to pay for stuff like licensing fees and support. Microsoft's turned that model on its head. In a move to drum up more Office 365 support, it's actually giving the University of Nebraska $250,000 in incentives to transition over to the service.