If you have a small to mid-sized business, it’s time to ask yourself a couple of questions about email:
First, how much do you care about keeping data secure? After all, the competition is tough out there and you cannot afford for your company’s proprietary information to be viewed by any other parties. That’s why you need an email platform with airtight security.
But that’s not all. You also need an email platform that has reliable uptime, which means no down networks that keep your employees behind on their correspondence for hours. So next, ask yourself: If the network went down and clients were emailing your employees without receiving any response, what reflection would that have on your company?
Finally, you need an email platform that has the quality of Microsoft Exchange with the affordability of a hosted service. Before you choose one, ask yourself the question, “Which of these providers offers that, plus the security and the uptime?”
Of course, we believe the answer to the last question is outlook2go. Our hosted Exchange email service benefits from:
Serious security: Our Microsoft Hosted Exchange service has Data Loss Prevention (DLP) capabilities that prevent users from mistakenly sending sensitive information to unauthorized recipients. Plus, there are security experts monitoring the network 24/7.
Real reliability: outlook2go has the infrastructure necessary handle as many messages as your employees can compose and receive in a day, and has the most updated defenses against malware and spam.
Better affordability: Unlike a premised based Microsoft Exchange solution, which would require you to pay expensive licensing fees to Microsoft, our Hosted Exchange service removes that headache-inducing expenditure.
It’s safe to say that a Hosted Exchange service like outlook2go is the only practical business email solution there is. To learn more about a secure, reliable and affordable email service for your business, contact outlook2go today.
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