As the temperature continues to drop outside, Microsoft (News - Alert) is hoping to keep us all toasty warm with its recent portfolio enhancements like the newest version of its acclaimed email hosting solution Exchange 2013, as well as the incredibly popular cloud-based Office 365.
While Office 365 has been around for some time now, Exchange Server 2013 will be making its official debut sometime around the New Year. While the Office suite gives users the ability to view and edit documents alongside other workers from anywhere in the world; select communication channels of choice whether it be audio, video or IM; and focus on business-related tasks while resting assured this robust program will work as promised, the newest edition of Exchange promises to up the ante on email hosting by boasting features such as data loss prevention, a much more intuitive management console coined by the Exchange Administration Center and seamless integration between on-premises Exchange and Office 365.
With these functions, who wouldn’t be counting down the minutes until the Exchange server is released while still heavily relying upon Office 365? J. Peter Bruzzese, an Exchange instructor for TrainSignal, might be one of them. In a recent article, Bruzzese stated, “It's a great product, but it's hard to say if it will sell off the charts. The new management UI may make it difficult for some legacy Exchange admins to embrace immediately. Also, while many of the newly added features are important and necessary, they don't exactly blow the doors off Exchange 2010 to the point where they would force folks to Exchange 2013.”
SherWeb is a company that firmly believes that Exchange 2013 will offer users an experience unlike any others. In fact, the company is touted as being the first provider in the world to offer this next hosted release. With its goal of significantly improving overall business performance, according to company officials, “Our experts have been deeply involved in the testing of Hosted Exchange 2013 and it has been used by companies to ensure it is fully functional, making it a 100% ready-to-use solution that comes with the reliability and tailored 24/7/365 support SherWeb is renowned for.”
With plans starting at $7.95 a month per user, customers will gain access to much simpler searches, a much better quality Outlook Web app on their mobile devices and unified contacts. On top of all of that, SherWeb powers a reliable infrastructure featuring equipment from major companies Dell, Cisco (News - Alert) and Compellent.
As new technology is introduced, there will always be people out there who have to highlight its disadvantages. The best way to see if this product measures up to your needs is by trying it out yourself, and you can do this with a complimentary month of service from Sherweb for all new customers.
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Edited by Allison Boccamazzo