Email hosting has become one of the most commonly used forms of communication technology in the industry as providers allow for premium e-mail services along with custom configurations and a large number of accounts. TMCnet was there this week to report on all the latest e-mail hosting news. Here are a few highlights:
During a recent industry conference, e-mail hosting provider Microsoft (News - Alert) described its new server operating system, Cloud OS, using the tagline: “Cloud OS transforms the data center.”
But for countless numbers of businesses that may, for example, use e-mail hosting with Microsoft Exchange but don’t need the broad scale of cloud, what is the benefit of upgrading their servers?
“One of the goals here is for [Windows Server 2012] to be a broad and deep release. So for those folks that are in the small to medium business realm, we’ve made some huge investments to really ease the operations of the server itself,” said Jeff Woolsey, principal program manager with Microsoft’s corporate team, ZDnet’s Stilgherrian reported.
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When using a cloud computing solution such as e-mail hosting, it is vital that organizations implement a proven and trusted offering that will enable them to collaborate with all members on their team without any associated complexity.
SherWeb’s hosted Exchange 2010 toolset lets users share documents, calendars, contacts and tasks whether it is in the office, on a smartphone such as BlackBerry (News - Alert), iPhone or Android, or from an Outlook Web application. Bundled with hosted SharePoint 2010 and hosted Lync 2010, this solution is guaranteed to ramp up efficiency and make it much easier to interact with an entire workforce while simultaneously slashing costs.
For a closer look at some of the most prominent benefits that be seen almost instantly when leveraging e-mail hosting, click here.
Microsoft Exchange, an extremely popular e-mail hosting platform from Microsoft, has quickly become the industry standard for business e-mail and collaboration, allowing organizations to share calendars, contacts, folders and more with ease for improved productivity.
SherWeb, a Microsoft Hosted Exchange provider, has just revealed it has upgraded its Hosted Exchange 2010-based e-mail hosting service for the new Apple iPhone (News - Alert), TMCnet reported.
Unveiling this robust functionality on the day Apple iPhone 5 hit the stores, Apple fans are eagerly waiting for the new iOS 6 that offers more streamlined e-mail and calendar interfaces. However, they are very concerned with challenges related to the device’s ability to sync with Microsoft Exchange. To read more on this development, click here.
For more email hosting news, be sure to visit TMCnet again next week for all the latest developments.
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