VAR Dynamics, which provides MSPs with one of the SaaS (News - Alert) industry's broadest range of services, has recently added a Personal Archiving feature to email hosting solution Microsoft (News - Alert) Exchange.
The Personal Archiving offering wil serve as an additional storage option for VAR Dynamics' hosted Microsoft Exchange mailboxes, relieves its MSP partners of the inherent difficulties and risk exposure of managing Outlook .pst files for e-mail storage and archiving. It also gives partners much greater control and flexibility when managing e-mail messaging data for clients and controlling costs associated with storage quotas.
"We are constantly striving to make our suite of services the industry's most efficient and effective platform for MSPs to squeeze the highest margins out of their services," said Matt Baldwin, CTO of VAR Dynamics, in a statement.
“The ability to use Personal Archiving for Exchange furthers that objective for our partners, who can now wring out much of the overhead costs associated with managing messaging data via .pst files,” Baldwin added.
Moreover, this newly added capaiblitity will make It much easier to manage messaging data for those clients who do not face burdensome compliance requirements. For these clients, the Compliance Archiving service, which requires every incoming and outgoing e-mail to be stored at an offsite location, is not a cost-effective option for the narrower goal of simply storing selected historical messaging data.
Last month, VAR Dynamics formed a partnership with Intronis (News - Alert), a major player in the cloud backup and recovery space, to bring its award winning backup services to VAR Dynamics’ rapidly growing worldwide channel. Both companies market their offerings exclusively to the IT channel through MSPs, VARs, and other solution providers.
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Edited by Jamie Epstein