Exchange Messaging
Microsoft Exchange is the industry's leading platform for e-mail, calendaring, and unified communications. Microsoft Exchange is a flexible and reliable messaging platform that can help cost effectively provide your employees the freedom to securely access all of their communications—e-mail, voicemail, instant messaging, and more—from virtually any platform, web-browser, or mobile device. Your business success relies on technology solutions that make your employees more productive. Professionals live their business lives in their Inbox, but the ever-growing flow of information through the Inbox affects productivity and then profitability.
During these times, more than ever, your organization requires cost-effective and flexible communication solutions. Microsoft Exchange Server gives your business the flexibility to tailor to your unique needs and provides a simplified way to help keep e-mail continuously available for your employees. The most recent release, Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, with Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 you can achieve new levels of reliability and performance with features that simplify your administration, help protect your communications, and delight your employees by meeting their demands for greater mobility.
With previous versions of Microsoft Exchange Server, users could start a portable computer anywhere and get their messages without the need for a virtual private network (VPN). Today, with Exchange Server 2010 and Office Communications Server 2007 R2, that benefit has been extended to your voicemail. Whether you receive an e-mail or voicemail, as long as you have an Internet connection you can respond from anywhere. Exchange can either be installed within your organization or in the cloud with a hosted platform.
At a glance, some of those benefits include:
  • Keeping communication alive and e-mail flowing with enterprise-class availability and reliability.
  • Helping safeguard employees and the organization's valuable data from the harmful-and continuously increasing-effects of spam and viruses.
  • Providing trusted communications within the organization automatically, without added cost or complexity with seamless integration.
  • Simplifying regulatory compliance in a way that supports the different needs of employees, compliance managers, and messaging administrators.
  • Increasing the productivity of today's employees who require the ability to respond quickly at home, work, or in the field.
  • Offering employees a single inbox to access all of their important communications—including voice mail, fax, and e-mail—while avoiding the cost and effort of maintaining fundamentally different systems.
  • Delivering a fast, seamless, and familiar Outlook experience across different devices and clients with no requirement for extra software or services outside of an Internet or basic data phone connection.
  • Improving group collaboration and productivity by making it easier to find and share data, documents, and schedules from anywhere.
What are the benefits of Hosted Exchange?
  • Microsoft Exchange Server has proven to be the world's most popular business messaging platform, with an estimated 40% installed base market share; over 10% more than its nearest competitor.
  • It boosts company productivity through advanced features like always-synced email, files, calendars and contacts; mobile access on devices such as the iPhone, iPad, Android, BlackBerry, Treo or Motorola Q; advanced Web-mail; shared calendars that let employees see colleagues' availability to schedule or rearrange meetings, book conference rooms and plan projects; shared task lists that allow 'to do' lists to be created and assigned, then shared with team members; and shared contacts which guarantee that customers' contact details will never be lost or misplaced.
  • Unfortunately, for most small and medium size businesses, the cost of running an Microsoft Exchange Server 'in-house' is simply too much. Up-front costs can exceed $10,000—plus ongoing staff time to maintain the server. This is why hosted Exchange makes sense for smaller businesses.
  • Microsoft Exchange Server hosting offers your small and medium size business the ability to keep your messaging environment running at lower cost with an enterprise-class, Outlook-based, e-mail and collaboration solution by charging a monthly fee to use it. This allows your organization to enjoy the same enterprise-strength IT messaging that Fortune 500 companies have, but at a price you can afford.
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