Typically, you’ll know it’s time for a change when workers complain about email performance or begin demand new features to keep up with the ever-increasing pace of business. Those complaints and demands are usually symptomatic of broader issues with email infrastructure and administration. When you start hearing the following complaints, it’s time to consider Hosted Exchange and here’s why:
Along with relieving the burden of email management by giving companies the infrastructure and expertise to run Exchange without having to stand it up or keep up with patches, scaling, and updates; Hosted Exchange combined with Outlook also delivers other important business benefits. What else can Exchange and Outlook do beyond email? Here are our top choices:
OK, so hosted Exchange won’t really make you thinner. That’s obviously false. But it is just one of many myths and misconceptions out there about hosted Exchange. Here are a few that we hear most often:
It’s always better to be the blunder catcher than the blunder maker; but we’ve all had our minor, and sometimes not-so-minor, slip-ups when it comes to email. Email is a principal mode for both business and personal communication. It’s estimated that the average email user sends and receives more than 40,000 messages a year. And with more use comes more opportunity for oops moments. Making a mistake in an email to your buddy may cause a chuckle or two, but business email gaffes can cost big bucks or damage your reputation. In extreme cases, an email mess up could cost you your job. Get ready to giggle and cringe as we bring you the most common email blunders and how to avoid them.