Microsoft announced that they will discontinue Office Live Meeting completely by end of this year.
Live Meeting is a popular online collaboration and web conferencing service that empowers businesses to conduct the real-time and interactive presentation.
Migrating to Skype for Business & Skype
The company is planning to migrate all data and applications from Live Meeting into Skype for Business and Skype Meeting Broadcast. Most of the features that were seen in Live Meeting have already been migrated to Skype for Business and Skype Meeting Broadcast and there are some new upgrades available such as a larger attendee scale.
Live Meeting users are encouraged to begin transferring their system to other similar solutions no later than December 31st, 2017, at which time Microsoft will fully close the Live Meeting service.
You can find the guides for transitioning to Skype here.
Other Web Collaboration Options
There are a lot of easy web collaboration tools available on the market that will provide you with even better interactive video conferencing, shared drive, and team collaboration.
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