Despite all of the fanfare over Google Glass, at the end of the day work needs to get done, and as of 8:00 this morning, we are still going to dive into our inboxes. Furthermore, while a growing segment of the business world is turning to hosted email in the "cloud" (including many of our customers), many businesses and Managed Service Providers (the vast majority in fact) are hosting it themselves. For these trend buckers, we are happy to provide the latest version of Kerio Connect.
Why would anyone want to bother with anything as archaic as email? The same reason some people still do their own taxes, or change their oil, or refuse to call a plumber to fix a leaky sink. Pride; thrift; paranoia. Regardless of the reason, if you want to own your organization's email experience you should probably consider using Kerio Connect. Want integrated Anti-virus? Done. Customizable webmail? No problem. Integrated instant messaging? Voila. Access from virtually any mobile device? You got it. Great management console and included tech support? Yes and yes. At the end of the day, you know what you want to accomplish, what you can afford to spend and what your IT resources are. Kerio Connect still has one of the best value to TCO ratios of any mail solution available.
So go for it. Download our virtual appliance of Kerio Connect (or maybe even the Windows version!) and throw it on your favorite server/cloud instance/virtual machine and learn what it is like to own your email. Oh, and if you decide to share a link to this post to anyone, be sure to send it via email.
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