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We’ve grown accustomed to email just working. It’s there when we need it. But what happens when it’s time to send that $1 million proposal that could take your business to the next level, and your email is down?
In just a few weeks Microsoft will no longer support Exchange 2003. Are you and your business ready?
Migrating to a new email provider can be a daunting task, especially if you attempt it without an experienced partner.
2013 was a big year for Rackspace email hosting services. How big? Take look at the numbers:
Stop spending your valuable time managing your company’s email. With Rackspace Hosted Exchange 2013, which is now general availability, you can let the specialists do it for you. You’ll get the same reliable and secure business email that you expect, with the added bonus of the largest mailboxes in the industry and our award-winning Fanatical Support.
If you’re like most of us, the headache of managing your email inbox is the last thing you need. You just need it to “work.” You don’t need to worry about deleting mail to stay under your storage limit, how you’re going to send a big attachment to a colleague, accessing mail while on the go or potential spam and phishing attempts that may compromise your email. And you certainly don’t want to spend time learning a new interface; you just need Outlook to work the same as it always has.
This weekend, the Rackspace email team had the pleasure of hanging out at the 2013 REALTORS® Conference & Expo in San Francisco. It was a great opportunity to educate and demonstrate the value of hosted email services with REALTORS from every region of the country. What we found is that real estate professionals love the convenience and speed of email, but are frustrated with the hassles that come with running a professional-grade email system. That’s a problem the Rackspace suite of email hosting services can solve.
We combined the overview of Steps Four and Five of the Business Email 101 Guide, since both relate to choosing the type of email product to shop for. If you’ve been following along with the series, you already have a solid list of email system needs from the business, technology and security perspectives. Now, you have three email options to fit to your list of requirements: hosted webmail, hosted Exchange and dedicated Exchange.
For many organizations with larger IT needs, application integration with Active Directory is essential to streamline operations and save valuable time. Why manage your users in two places when you can do it in one?
Last week, we talked about the benefits of Hosted Exchange for IT shops. Now, let’s talk about user benefits. Business email users may not understand the underlying cost and productivity savings of Hosted Exchange, but they know the difference in freedom and accessibility that comes with the most used email platform in business.
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