Is your email solution simplifying and streamlining your business or complicating it with headaches and frustration? Managing your email can take up a lot of precious time, money and IT resources that are needed elsewhere. Dealing with the day-to-day challenges of email viruses, spam, server issues and extended downtime can wreak havoc on your company's productivity and ultimately its bottom line. If email isn't your core competency, outsourcing it to CyberTrails is just smart business. Our Hosted Microsoft Exchange solution allows you to tap into the full potential of email without any of the headaches. We manage everything from hosting and support to virus and spam management while eliminating downtime, backup and recovery issues. Here are just a few of the reasons why you should outsource your email to CyberTrails and our Hosted Exchange service:
Control IT Costs.
With our hosted email solution you don't sink money into software licenses or new hardware. Pay only for the resources you actually use on a monthly basis.
Whether your company is upsizing or downsizing, we can quickly scale your email to meet the ever-changing needs of your business
No More Downtime.
CyberTrails makes downtime a thing of the past thanks to our non-stop software and hardware management and monitoring. We're here 24/7 to make sure your email is always running smoothly and efficiently.
Increased Versatility and Accessibility.
We help you think beyond just email with invaluable features such as messaging, calendaring, scheduling, tasks, contact and distribution lists and much more. And, we provide seamless connectivity for just about any wireless device.
Superior Security and Backup.
You get complete peace of mind thanks to our Managed Firewall protection and Mailbox and Application-level backup.
Why spend one more day dealing with frustrating email issues? Call CyberTrails today at 888.GO.CYBER and find out how we can take over all your email management so you can focus on what really matters - your core business.
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