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AIS Now Offers Hosted Exchange 2010!
With hosted Exchange 2010 available from AIS, thousands of IT managers and business owners have asked us whether it’s time to upgrade from older Exchange versions or POP email. Straight from analyst firm Osterman Research, here are the unbiased facts on hosted Exchange 2010, whether you choose our service or not.
THE OLDER YOUR EMAIL SYSTEM, THE GREATER THE BENEFITS OF EXCHANGE 2010
Says Osterman Research, "One of the more important reasons to upgrade to a newer version of Exchange – and Exchange 2010 in particular – is that it can lower the cost of managing the Exchange infrastructure and improve the value that an organization can derive from their Exchange investment." Users migrating from POP email platforms also benefit with hosted Exchange features such as shared online calendars for easy scheduling and full synchronization between smartphones and email. Read more about savings.
LARGER MAILBOXES (AIS OFFERS 25 GBs)
"Exchange 2010 can support larger mailboxes than previous versions of Exchange, a particularly important capability given the increasing use of email, greater use of attachments, use of larger attachments (e.g., multimedia, video, etc.) and the like." Read more about larger mailboxes.
ENHANCED REMOTE ACCESS TO EMAIL FROM ANY BROWSER
"Because about two in five users employ a web browser other than Internet Explorer, support for a variety of browsers in Exchange 2010 will significantly improve the user experience, offering significant improvements in usability and overall satisfaction." Features like instant messaging are also built right into the browser. Read more about productivity benefits.
MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR INFRASTRUCTURE
With hosted Exchange 2010 from AIS you get peace of mind knowing your email data is stored in a datacenter that uses only industry-leading hardware from Dell, EMC and Cisco.
IMPROVED ARCHIVING AND RETENTION CAPABILITIES
"The email archiving capabilities included in Exchange 2010 have been significantly improved compared to previous versions of Exchange." Read more about archiving.
Please visit our Hosted Exchange 2010 page or call AIS to talk to one of our representatives for more information.