Tips Hosting, a provider of ICT solutions and email hosting in east and central Africa, has just unveiled its CloudLIFE cloud communications service for business users within those locations.
CloudLIFE brings an array of features to users including instant messaging and presence; shared and private calendars, address books and file storage; e-mail including push e-mail, calendaring and address books; as well as social media integration.
In fact, these robust capabilities can be leveraged on multiple devices including Android (News - Alert) phones and tablets, iPhones, iPads, PCs and Macs whether users are in the office, on the road or on the other side of the world.
In essence, this offering allows users to enjoy the professionalism of a single address for e-mail and instant messaging while on-the-go as opposed to having to use disparate solutions that each come with their own interface and address.
“The vision of Tips Hosting is to be the genes of excellence in providing cutting edge ICT solutions in East and Central Africa that transform and make a difference in the way people and organizations work. In order to achieve this, we need to enable enterprises to make better, faster decisions in a fiercely competitive market. Our CloudLIFE service is such an enabler”, said Kevin Oromo, project manager for Tips Hosting, in a statement.
Tips Hosting’s CloudLIFE service is powered by the CommuniGate Systems (News - Alert) Unified Communications Hosting Platform which is built for the VPS provider cPanel environment, and provides exceptional features with remarkable performance and reliability.
CommuniGate Systems develops carrier-grade unified communications software that service providers can utilize in order to deliver value-added voice and multimedia services over IP-based networks.
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Edited by Jamie Epstein