NGEN Hosted Exchange Enables Managing Your Communications on Someone Else's Time

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NGEN (ngen.com), a Washington, DC technology service and consulting firm, is using its Microsoft Gold Certified Partner status to bring the benefits of Hosted Exchange to local clients.

NGEN http://www.ngen.com, a Washington, DC technology service and consulting firm, is using its Microsoft Gold Certified Partner status to bring the benefits of Hosted Exchange to local clients.

This new development on the technological frontier has small businesses rushing to get involved. Hosted Exchange is a simple subscription service that will manage your inter-office communications without the needs of costly products such as an in-house exchange server. Smaller companies need the same full-service e-mail management, group collaboration and high-security backup that larger companies can afford, so NGEN http://www.ngen.com is using its elevated status as Microsoft Gold Partner to advance the success and efficiency of small to mid-sized businesses. The best way to manage the complex systems of today's telecommunications is through Microsoft Outlook – and the easiest, most affordable way to harness Microsoft Outlook’s strength is through NGEN's http://www.ngen.com Hosted Exchange.

The combined power of Microsoft Outlook and NGEN’s http://www.ngen.com secure data center allow for luxuries reaching far beyond the basics of email. MS Outlook features remote accessibility, support for large attachments, and protection from viruses and spam all while using your own domain name, while NGEN http://www.ngen.com provides the one-on-one client support and help desk access. This professionally managed and continually updated system allows employees to easily share calendars, contacts, tasks and files – as well as simple e-mail – from any location.

There’s no server or software to buy, and NGEN http://www.ngen.com takes care of installation, management, maintenance and security, keeping cost per employee lower, and productivity higher.

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