Exchange hosting facilitates increasingly mobile workforce

BYOD trend drives growing need for Exchange hosting solutions

Exchange hosting can help companies support a workforce that does more than half of their emailing from mobile devices. As BYOD (bring your own device) policies and mobile devices become more common in the workplace, businesses must ensure that staff can connect to secure company networks to access email, at any time and from anywhere. Organizations that lack sufficient infrastructure for email storage and full support for mobile devices are creating obstacles to team communication, collaboration, and productivity. Opting for outsourced Exchange hosting provides state-of-the-art support for email communications for organizations of all sizes. Read more

Exchange server hosting: dedicated or shared?

Strong data security, other benefits delivered by Exchange server hosting

Exchange server hosting helps companies better manage and protect employee email activity. Email remains one the biggest security threats for many companies, as it’s used ubiquitously and is subject to human error or malice. In many cases, organizations have little oversight capacity to shield employees from bad user practices and keep harmful messages out of inboxes. Data privacy and security measures are critical to insulating organizations from cyber threats as well as keeping them from getting entangled in legal or compliance-related issues. Organizations have many options for Microsoft Exchange server hosting. Depending on the size and needs of its email system, a company can choose either a shared Microsoft Exchange server hosting environment or a dedicated solution. Read more

Hosted Exchange email: when Exchange 2003 support ends

Migration to hosted Exchange email is option for current Exchange 2003 users

Hosted Exchange email could be the answer for any company looking for a reliable email solution after Microsoft stops supporting Exchange Server 2003. Microsoft will cease extended support for Exchange 2003 on April 8, 2014. There were still more than 6 million email accounts supported by Exchange 2003 just in North America — most of them small and medium-sized business users — according to a Spring 2013 study by the Radicati Group. These organizations are missing out on new features offered in later versions of Microsoft Exchange, and could be making themselves vulnerable to security issues and other cyber threats. Hosted Exchange email service can help organizations ensure they do not suffer in the wake of Exchange 2003’s obsolescence. Read more

Hosted Exchange email options: dedicated or shared?

Capabilities, flexibility drive selection of hosted Exchange email solution

Hosted Exchange email services continue to provide numerous benefits to users, but organizations must protect staff productivity and the bottom line with an understanding of which Hosted Exchange email configuration represents the best investment. Dedicated and shared hosted Exchange services both offer fully featured implementations of Exchange Server, but differ in capabilities and flexibility. It’s crucial that companies understand which hosted Exchange email solution best suits their needs, especially if they’re making a migration to Microsoft’s email platform for the first time. Any company currently using, or considering switching to the Exchange platform should seriously consider investing in an Hosted Exchange email service. Read more

Hosted Exchange servers: making the migration

Email platform migrations simplified by hosted Exchange servers

Hosted Exchange servers help ensure successful email platform migrations. As companies’ needs change, they may find their current email client keeping them from optimal communication. Microsoft Exchange has a long track record of reliability, interoperability and innovation, so it’s no surprise that many of the more than 400 million global Microsoft Outlook users rely on it to store and protect important messages and documents. It’s also projected to grow – according to a report by the Radicati Group, Microsoft Exchange Server and Outlook market share will grow from 53 percent in 2012 to 68 percent by 2016. Hosted Exchange servers enable companies to ensure peak support for their investment in mission-critical email systems. Read more