Wi-Manx, one of the Isle of Man's biggest providers of dedicated servers, colocation, cloud hosting, managed security, disaster recovery and offshore email hosting services, recently launched its Hosted Exchange Messaging platform.
The new platform is based on Microsoft’s (News - Alert) flagship messaging and collaboration system Exchange 2010. Exchange helps provide business class e-mail, calendar, task and contact management on users’ PCs, Macs, tablets or mobile devices.
With the help of Exchange, a user’s e-mails and appointments can also be delivered directly to their mobile device or tablet, keeping them in sync while on the move. Additionally, the service provides every user with a high-end messaging platform, which further helps minimize their costs, investment in infrastructure and frees up valuable IT resources.
Wi-Manx’s best-in-class data center infrastructure coupled with its strong focus on customer satisfaction ensures maximum uptime, improves business agility and accelerates service deployment. In addition, the company offers a wide portfolio of solutions which can be combined to create the optimal solution to meet individual business needs.
In addition to the newly announced Hosted Exchange Messaging platform, a few months ago the company unveiled its next-generation hosted phone system for business. This platform promises savings of over 50 percent when compared with conventional phone systems and offers unmatched flexibility, cost savings, scalability and a range of other features simply not available on a traditional system.
In related email hosting news, TMCnet reported that Microsoft Corp. formed a strategic global partnership with Westcon Convergence (News - Alert), a global value-added distributor of unified communications.
The main motive behind this collaboration with Westcon Convergence is to enable and drive Microsoft channel partners to fully extend Microsoft Lync Unified Communication solutions to market with maturity and consolidated support from the Lync eco-system vendor partners.
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Edited by Jamie Epstein