Frederick Schiwek, Founder and CEO of Hosting.co.uk commented, 'Microsoft Hosted Exchange 2013 provides all the functionalities of a complete business-class email solution.'
London, England, UK (PRWEB UK) 11 August 2014
Hosting.co.uk, a leading web hosting provider in the UK, today announced the availability of Microsoft Hosted Exchange 2013 hosted in its cloud-based servers. Its goal is to offer best-in-class email solutions for UK businesses as part of its ongoing commitment to provide scalable, reliable and secure next generation hosting and email facilities at affordable pricing.
With the IMF projecting the UK economy to grow by 3.2% throughout 2014, fueling rapid job creation, now is the time UK businesses should ensure their email infrastructure is capable of keeping pace with business expansion.
Frederick Schiwek, founder and CEO of Hosting.co.uk, commented, “Microsoft Hosted Exchange 2013 provides all the functionalities of a complete business class email solution enabling users to manage contacts, calendars, tasks and email wherever they are. Whether that’s at your desk or on the go and whether you are online or offline, because it's hosted in the cloud, email access is accessible anywhere and anytime.”
Empowering UK businesses with the ability to protect business communication and sensitive information with the added benefit of meeting regulatory compliance, adding Microsoft Hosted Exchange is seen as a welcome addition to hosting.co.uk
“No matter how you run your business, Microsoft Hosted Exchange can help. With Exchange, you get best-in-class hosted email, calendar, and contacts on your PC, phone, tablet, and across all web browsers so you can have access anywhere to your information with easy IT management and enterprise-class security and reliability,” continued Mr. Schiwek.
Launched early 2013, Hosting.co.uk wanted to change the general perception that web hosting was synonymous with poor service. With a focus on putting the customer first, Hosting.co.uk has already received rave reviews about the service it provides.
For more information, please visit Hosting.co.uk.