What are you going to do when Microsoft kills Office Live Small Business?
henyfoxe 1 year ago
Microsoft OLSB is going bye-bye at the end of April. The push over to Office 365 sounds like it wouldn't be a big deal, but you have to manually redo your OLSB website even if you stick around with Office 365 because OLSB web hosting is going to be gone on May1. Oh, and don't forget to update domain DNS records to reflect your new provider. This is a pain. Is there an easy way to move a OLSB site, or are we going to have to start a new website from square one?
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