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Microsoft says Stop Buying Servers

Well, not really. But they did pull the plug on their multi-server on-premise solution, Essential Business Server. Here are some links to the announcement and reaction, courtesy of Harry Brelsford at SMBNation. EBS team blog Wayne Small, Microsoft MVP Mitch Garvis, Microsoft MVP To those readers who bought EBS in the past year … hey, [...]

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There’s no such thing as a free domain

Microsoft Office Live Small Business used to offer a free Internet domain for their users. As of October 1, 2009, this freebie goes bye-bye. Domains up for renewal after that date will only be renewed if you pay $14.95 a year. Although I’m never crazy about paying for something that used to be free, I [...]

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Collaboration in the cloud

ChannelPro-SMB’s Rich Freeman has put together a nice chart listing features of several on-line collaboration suites.

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Microsoft Office Live Workspace: Overview

Microsoft Office Live Workspace (MOLW) is one of Microsoft’s many cloud-based services. Microsoft describes the service thusly: Save your documents to the Web—for free! Access files from anywhere View documents from almost any computer with a Web browser No more flash drives—files are there when and where you need them Password-protected document sharing; you control [...]

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