Parallels Announces Support for Microsoft Exchange Server 2010
Exchange Server 2010 introduces many new features to help achieve new levels of reliability and performance, secure communications, and meet customer demands for increased mobility of business. Hosted Microsoft Exchange provides small and medium enterprises (SMEs) a cost-effective alternative to managing in-house e-mail server. In the Hosted Exchange model, the service provider manages all the technology and support to SMEs.
Based on the native capabilities introduced in Exchange Server 2007, the new high availability architecture of Exchange 2010 in a simplified form, a unified framework for high availability and disaster recovery. Uptime The result is greater for end users, increased freedom for administrators, and lower capital and operating costs for the organization. Exchange Server 2010 also enables organizations to run Exchange Server in a wide range of storage options. The latest version of Exchange Server requires less storage space and performance is more tolerant of failures in storage and helps provide greater SME mailboxes at a lower cost without sacrificing system availability.
Parallels Automation allows the delivery of SaaS applications, including Microsoft Exchange, Windows SharePoint Services, Microsoft Office Communications Server (OCS), etc. in a hosted environment. In the SaaS model, end-user customers subscribe to the application instead of buying them, usually on a monthly basis. In this “pay-as-you go approach, SMEs have an easy to use and low cost service.
“Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 represents an exciting opportunity for cloud providers of accommodation and services to provide world-class unified communications to meet the growing communication needs of SMBs,” said Jack Zubarev, President of the Service Provider Division Parallels. “Parallels is proud to enable support for Hosted Microsoft Exchange Server 2010.”
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