Hosted Exchange offers business-grade email, calendar and contacts in a complete Worry Free Managed Service. Fully integrated and mobile, it unlocks the power of Outlook to help make your business more competitive and agile.
Microsoft Exchange’s productivity features include calendars, contacts, tasks, notes, public folders and more.
Share and sync your organization’s calendars
Manage your own schedule
Exchange contacts let you manage the contact information of individuals or groups with whom you interact. It lets you:
Exchange lets you create to-do lists with tasks that you can assign to others and share with teams or individuals.
You can use notes to keep track of your thoughts. With Exchange powering your email, your notes are actually stored in the cloud so you can view and edit them on all your devices.
A Resource Mailbox represents a shared company asset, such as a conference room or a portable projector. They let you easily manage scheduling and sharing using your Outlook calendar. This makes it simple to see if a room or some equipment you need is available when you need it.
Public Folders create a repository for shared files and documents within Outlook. Administrators can assign access to specific users or groups, which helps teams and departments easily access knowledge and collaborate on documents.
On most devices, it's simple to set up your email, calendars and contacts. You don't need to call your IT team or type in confusing server information. Instead, you just create a new account and your device sets up and syncs.
Hosted MS Exchange includes ActiveSync technology at no additional charge. ActiveSync ensures that virtually no matter which device you use or what activities you perform, your email, calendars and contacts are in sync and up-to-date.
What happens if a user's device is lost or stolen? With hosted Exchange, an administrator can remotely remove critical company data, or even deactivate the device's ability to receive company email. You can also enforce account- or user-specific security policies, including enforced passcodes.
With the Outlook Web App, you get a full-featured, web-based version of Outlook. It provides the Outlook experience for email, calendars and contacts without requiring a download. Your changes are synced.
With Exchange 2013, OWA is optimized for a touchscreen experience plus offline access.