What happens when you sign up for Office Live Small Business?
Platí pro: Windows SBS 2008
When you sign up for Office Live Small Business, a public Web site, called the Business Web site, and an extranet Web site, called the Business Applications Web site, are both automatically created and hosted by Office Live.
The Business Web site contains the following pages by default:
Home Page. On this page, you can write a summary, including a brief description of your products or services and a statement of your value and commitment to customers.
About Us. On this page, you can write more detail about your company and business.
Contact Us. On this page, you can add your preferred methods of contact.
Site Map. On this page, you can provide links to all the Web pages on your site.
You can use the Business Applications Web site to do the following:
Store all of your important company documents in one location—instead of sending them around in e-mail.
Access and share important information with customers and employees by using password-protected Web sites.
Keep up-to-date on important projects, easily share calendars, and synchronize with Microsoft Office to keep you and your employees working together more effectively.
By default, the Business Applications Web site is not activated when you sign up for Office Live Small Business. However, if you set up your Office Live Web sites by using Windows SBS 2008, the Business Application Web site is automatically activated.