SherWeb, a provider of Microsoft (News - Alert) Exchange-based email hosting solutions, has just released its Hosted Exchange 2013 offering. Touted as the first company to launch a hosted version of the latest version of Exchange, SherWeb remains at the forefront of all hosting solutions.
In January of 2012, the email hosting provider was invited by Microsoft to provide feedback in regards to the new platform.
“SherWeb has worked diligently since January to master this new e-mail platform,” said Rima Hatoum, product manager at SherWeb, in a statement. “As a respected world leader in Exchange, SherWeb has always been among the first to release Microsoft’s latest versions and 2013 testifies to this leadership.”
The latest product powered by SherWeb delivers enhanced touch and usability in Outlook Web Apps. Users can view contacts from multiple locations including Exchange, Facebook (News - Alert) and LinkedIn. In addition, the Smart Search function prioritizes search results based on previous behavior.
Users also benefit from multitasking by being able to view e-mails with integrated apps in Outlook like Bing Maps, suggested appointments and action items.
When leveraging Exchange 2013, users can choose from flexible plans designed specifically for different types of businesses. The company offers free email hosting migration services such as 365/24/7 support by phone, e-mail and chat as well as an intuitive control panel for easy account and user management.
The email hosting provider has already started migrating businesses that were on its Exchange 2013 waiting list. It expects a huge demand for the new release in the coming weeks.
SherWeb has been running the Exchange 2013 email hosting platform for almost a year, working closely with Microsoft’s engineering team by providing regular feedback on these products, added Hatoum.
She commented, “This close involvement with Microsoft has allowed us to develop extensive expertise on this new product. The outcome has been extremely positive and we are confident our clients will feel the same.”
Edited by Jamie Epstein