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 email hosting news. Here are a few highlights:
Based in Canada but catering to a customer base all over the world, SherWeb is a fully bilingual email hosting provider whose main customer base is located in North America. The company thoroughly understands what its customers specific needs are, and is not in the business of simply providing them with just a product, instead giving them access to a robust solution, which includes an unparalleled level of service.
In the hosted business for over a decade and continuingly involved in powering the latest and greatest in email hosting solutions, the Canadian-based organization is touted as being the first in the world to send a Hosted Exchange 2013 e-mail, an incredibly big feat. To read more about the development, click here.
In businesses, technological innovations that are introduced to the market faster than a large family can inhale a turkey on Thanksgiving Day are continuing to shape overall operations. Yet, one communication channel known as e-mail has remained constant in companies throughout the years as it serves as a way to instantly communicate with multiple subjects in an efficient manner.
The fact is however, that sometimes just like any other solution people make boo-boos when leveraging an email hosting platform. According to a recently released survey from Varonis which involved IT professionals from multiple industries, 62 percent of respondents revealed they have suffered from the ramifications associated with either sending an e-mail to the wrong person or cases where they send less than appropriate messages.
When asked to highlight digital habits and vices, one in 20 companies involved in the poll stated they have been forced to deal with compliance issues that were due to an e-mail being sent to the wrong destination. Additionally, nearly 78 percent of participants commented that they receive an abundance and sometimes overwhelming amount of electronic messages seeing almost 100 in a day, while a quarter of respondents get between 100 to 500 daily e-mails. To read more about the survey’s results and what they mean to email hosting, click here.
In other email hosting news, KEMP Technologies has announced that its full line of LoadMaster load balancer/application delivery controllers (ADCs) are now able to fully support the Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) hypervisor, TMCnet reported. The extra bit of good news included in this announcement is that because the KVM is based on the Linux operating system, there is very little overhead.
Kemp Technologies (News - Alert) has managed to turn its top of the line load balancer into quite a successful business thanks to partnerships with e-mail hosting companies as well as a whole host of different companies that are coming up with new and better uses for the load balancer all the time. KEMP is able to stay at the top of the market thanks in large part to putting together low cost solutions that are still known as high-performance with a ton of different features.
For more email hosting news, be sure to visit TMCnet again next week for all the latest developments.
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