updated 12:38 pm EDT, Mon July 2, 2012
Apple again urges people to migrate to iCloud
Apple is sending out email notices reminding people of the impending iWork.com shutdown. The service will go dark on July 31st; in the memo, Apple links users to a support article telling them how to save their documents, and also recommends uploading files to iCloud for access across multiple computers and iOS devices. Once this month's deadline has passed, Apple will delete any documents still left on iWork.com.
The service dates back to early 2009, and lets users publish documents from iWork online in a way that can be shared with other platforms, including people using Windows and/or Microsoft Office. It has never emerged from beta, though, and has become somewhat redundant in the wake of iCloud, which is accessible via a Mac, Windows, or iOS.