Dec 2, 2010

It’s hard to believe how much business communications have changed in a few short years. And I do mean a few years. Let’s just forget that there was once a time when people used fax machines or typewritten memos to communicate, and consider that in the early 2000s, most workers could only access business email from their office computers or through unreliable home-to-office connections. Today, we have access to email, calendars, messaging, and project management tools no matter where we are, and most of us just take it for granted. However, our new found mobility probably wouldn’t be possible without Microsoft Exchange.

Why is Microsoft Exchange the most popular platform for business email, calendar, and messaging applications? Because it’s designed to meet the needs of companies with mobile workforces. Exchange is compatible with every major mobile device, including iPhones, Androids, and Blackberrys, and it’s been around for more than a decade, so IT professionals have had a long time to get familiar with it. At SingleHop, we’re experts on building and managing Exchange servers, and we take pride in building custom solutions for each Exchange customer.

If you’re not currently using Exchange, you might want to consider the advantages of providing access to shared resources like email, calendars, and project management applications to your employees, no matter where they are or what type of device they’re using. The combination of functionality and flexibility you get with Exchange is hard to beat.

If you’re currently running your own Exchange server (or servers), we’d love to talk to you about how our fully managed Exchange hosting service can help your business run more efficiently. Our managed Exchange servers take the administrative work off your hands while leaving you in complete control of your end-user services and applications. As with all of our managed hosting services, our Exchange servers are fully dedicated, so you’ll never have to worry that anyone’s applications will compromise your server’s security or performance.

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