Working from a remote office, Exchange allows me to communicate effectively
Chicago, Illinois (Vocus) September 10, 2008
Hostway Corporation, the global Web solutions leader, announced architect David Fowler as the winner of its second of three drawings for a 16 GB Apple iPhone 3G.
Fowler is the owner of David C. Fowler Architecture, a residential architectural design firm he opened eight years ago in Atlanta. New to Exchange, Fowler's accounts allow him to enjoy a higher quality of life as he continues to work with his Atlanta office while living in Bozeman, Montana with his family.
"Working from a remote office, Exchange allows me to communicate effectively," said Fowler.
Hosted Microsoft Exchange offers enterprise-level messaging with anywhere access to email, shared calendars and contact lists, plus task lists that allow managers to create, assign and delegate tasks among their team. Apple designed the iPhone 3G to better integrate with Microsoft Exchange's ActiveSync software for mobile devices making the phone even more attractive to business users like Fowler.
One more drawing will take place on September 25, 2008. All customers who signed up for five or more Exchange accounts between June 17 and September 17 are eligible to win the final drawing.
No purchase is necessary for Hostway's iPhone drawing. Certain restrictions apply. See Hostway’s Web site for details.
About Hostway Corporation
Hostway Corporation provides domain name registration, Web hosting and ecommerce, colocation, managed dedicated hosting, SaaS hosting, Web design and online marketing services to more than 600,000 customers and over 2 million Web sites worldwide. It operates state-of-the-art data centers that reduce the complexity and cost of Web-based technologies for small businesses and large enterprises. Founded in 1998, Hostway is one of the world’s largest Web hosting companies with a direct presence in 11 countries, 15 worldwide operation centers and more than 600 employees.
Lyza Swearingen Latham
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