As expected, Kodak finally as part of its restructuring drive, started some its old users accounts begin to show as unavailable as the company discontinues its online photo sharing service, result of selling it to shutterfly. Back in May, Kodak announced that its Kodak Gallery service goes offline from July 2nd, as the company’s division was acquired by Shutterfly, its only buyer for $23.8 million. Talking with LA Times, Shutterfly CIO Geoffrey Weber told that the most active users will be kept on priority basis and should be seen moving in coming few weeks, while less dominating users have to wait for one to two months. So, all it means that restructuring drive of Kodak started.
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