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In today's fast-paced world, two markets have seen major growth the past few years: cloud computing and email hosting. These products allow businesses to provide a reliable connection to the Web, gather data on-the-go, and receive e-mails at all times. Consumers have also enjoyed these benefits by backing up their private data with ease, sending personalized e-mails, as well as using premium e-mail services.
Thoughtbus, a cloud services and email hosting provider powering the latest communication and collaboration systems for both SMB and enterprises, recently unveiled its new three tier referral/reseller program.
Recently, GSX Solutions unveiled some new advanced role-based monitoring capabilities for its GSX Monitor & Analyzer. The latest enhancements pinpoint delivery issues in multi-server email hosting Exchange environments at a fraction of the cost of Quest's Exchange solution.
Microsoft has reinvented itself as an email hosting service provider in a big way with Outlook.com, a new service that has been open to the public since the end of July.
Over the last few years, different aspects of the Web have been experiencing exponential growth rates. According to the Times of India, security agencies in the country have been shifting their focus to email hosting platforms and less on phones. E-mail monitoring over the month of September has seen a 36 percent jump while the tapping of telephones has seen a marginal drop.
Google wants to take some of the burden off its users by allowing its popular Gmail service to let users insert up to 10GB of data within one email - without giving users an error.
In order to accomplish this, Google has worked hard on integrating Gmail with its second-largest product, Google Drive.