Fast-forward five years, and our successful developer and consultant is still a satisfied SherWeb customer. We recently asked him why he initially chose us as his Hosted Exchange provider, how his recent cloud migration to Hosted Exchange 2013 went, and what’s kept him with us all these years. Here’s what he had to say:
SherWeb customers that use ADSync with our hosted Exchange 2010 and 2013 solutions tell us that it is a real time saver. These users will be happy to hear that we will soon be releasing version 2.0 of ADSync, an enterprise-level solution that will include additional features and a few fixes to make your workload even easier and more efficient.
Not familiar with ADSync? This Q&A with Normand Bedard, one of SherWeb’s programmer-analysts, will give you a quick overview of the benefits of using ADSync with your SherWeb hosted Exchange solution: What ADSync is, how it works, any potential issues and what you’ll like about the new update.
We did some research on this issue and found some pretty interesting—and worrisome—information.
The good news is, there are concrete steps that employers and IT managers can take to minimize the potential threats associated with employee mobile device use.
As a long-time hosting provider of secure cloud-based business email and collaboration tools like Hosted Exchange 2013, and military-grade SkyNox online backup, keeping data secure is what we do best. With that in mind, we thought we’d pass on some helpful tips that you can put right to work.
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It’s been an exciting five years for Android to say the least. But what does the future hold for the Android OS and the Android Phone? Or for the ongoing Android vs. Apple mobile war?
Last week we mentioned that SherWeb’s Simon Poirier (Sys Admin) and Samuel Nadeau (IT Infrastructure Leader) would be there, eager to finally meet their many Exchange peers face-to-face and to get the latest Microsoft Exchange 2013 news straight from the horse’s mouth.
So what new and exciting news came out of this event that wraps up today in Orlando, Florida? Microsoft promoted the event as the “Lost MEC”, and “a conference like no other”. Did MEC 2012 live up to the hype? Were there any major surprises? And did Simon win the Exchange arena? Find out right here…
It’s not much of a secret that the main topic will be Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 (or Exchange 15, depending on who you ask), which is expected to be released sometime very soon. Given all the information that’s already been released on Exchange 2013, like the Exchange Administration Center (EAC), and the browser-based successor to the MMC-based Exchange Management Console (EMC), plus all the information that’s sure to come, is it worth your time and cost to attend MEC?
We think so. Here’s why…
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Microsoft Hosted Exchange 2010 is a great money- and time-saving tool for any SMB that relies heavily on email and virtual collaboration. In a nutshell, it turns a physical office into a virtual space that’s always at the ready. Business documents, email, calendars, contacts and more can be accessed from anywhere, anytime: from your desktop, via the Outlook Web App, or on your mobile.
The question is, how do you find the plan that best fits your business needs? And more importantly, what will it cost you? We’ve got an answer (well actually, a nifty tool) just for that. Read on…
Among other changes, Exchange SP2 improves and simplifies the management of address books for end-users.
More specifically, Exchange SP2 includes a number of new customer-requested features such as the new address book policies (ABPs). These policies are designed to simplify global address list (GAL) segmentation and management.
Most small and mid-sized businesses have a long list of “areas for improvement”. Usually, this list is slowly and gradually tackled as time, money and the market allows.
By adopting Hosted Exchange 2010, you can instantly scratch the following three areas off your list:
Well that’s about to change.
Let’s start with what you already know: the traditional Microsoft Office Suite – a bundle of products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, etc.) grouped together in different editions with slightly different combinations. Most SMBs have MS Office running on their computers, along with other software of course.