Hosted Microsoft Exchange

Technaut operate a multi-tenant Hosted Microsoft Exchange Platform.

Email is probably the most important business tool used in modern business, having a robust plan to recover your Exchange server can be a considerable cost. Our Platform offers an alternative to that. We pick up your email and put it on our Cloud. Management, monitoring and backups are then all taken care of!

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About Hosted Microsoft Exchange

Enjoy Business-Class Email without a significant outlay of capital or the operational headache by utilising Technaut Hosted Microsoft Exchange.

We have been offering Hosted Microsoft Exchange for the last 7 years. Our platform is established, stable, and has never experienced a signifiant outage.

Billed on a per Mailbox basis, per month, this is a flexible product allowing your allocation of mailboxes to scale with your business.

We incorporate our industry leading Spam Filtering, allowing a reduction in time waste sorting unwanted emails!

 

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Secure Hosting

Hosted within the Technaut Datacentre Environment, far safer than your normal Office!

Managed Service

Mail Platform managed and maintained by our experienced engineers. No need for in house Exchange skills.
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Low Cost

Monthly licensing agreement means no large CAPEX expense. Simple, pay-as-you-grow Monthly pricing.
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SPAM Protection

Reduce the time waste dealing with unwanted emails using the included SPAM filtering.

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Small Businesses

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Large Businesses

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Insecure Office Locations

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OPEX preference

How does it work?
1. Our Engineers will review your requirements around mailbox count and size.

2. You will be given the option of your own server build, or use of the Technaut Hosted Exchange Server (for smaller customers).

3. Migration Plan confirmed.

4. Migration takes place outside office hours (seamless to end users).

5. Auto-discovery configured to allow the simple setup of new PC’s and devices that require email.

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