HyperOffice gives ISPs & Telecoms switching from Yahoo Mail a highly secure email platform for their subscribers

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HyperOffice's Email Plus platform allows Telecoms and ISPs to switch to a modern, ISP focused, and highly secure solution to offer email services to their subscribers

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We welcome any ISP looking to switch from Yahoo mail to a highly secure, modern and ISP focused email platform. We bring a flawless security record of offering email services – 12 years with zero breaches

HyperOffice today announced that it was in active conversations with ISPs and Telecoms looking to switch their email subscribers from the Yahoo email platform in light of Yahoo’s acquisition by Verizon and recent news of user accounts being compromised.

In September, Yahoo admitted to the data of 500 Million email user accounts being compromised in 2014. On December 14, Yahoo again said 1 Billion user accounts were hacked in 2013, making it one of the largest such breaches.

“Many ISPs and Telecoms have used Yahoo’s email technology in the backend to power the email addresses of their subscribers. They are understandably anxious about the hacking news. Adding to this anxiety is the fact that Yahoo is being acquired by Verizon – a strong competitor to many ISPs and Telcos.” said Farzin Arsanjani, President, HyperOffice. “Large ISPs, like New Zealand’s Spark, have decided to switch from Yahoo to other platforms, and others might be considering the same. We welcome any ISP looking to switch from Yahoo mail to a highly secure, modern and ISP focused email platform. We bring a flawless security record of offering email services – 12 years with zero breaches,” he added.

HyperOffice’s Email Plus service delivers a modern and feature rich cloud based email platform to ISPs and Telecoms. Email Plus allows these service providers to offer email services to their subscribers under their own brand name and with many options to upsell from email to other cloud services. Moreover, HyperOffice offers migration services to help ISPs move off an incumbent email platform.

“Innovative service providers around the world from Brazil to India and Japan have been using HyperOffice technology to serve their customers cloud needs without compromising security or profits,” said Farzin.

ISPs looking for details on HyperOffice’s offer can see more here https://www.hyperoffice.com/sp/yahoo-isp-alternative.php

About HyperOffice

Launched in 2004, HyperOffice, is a leading range of cloud based social collaboration, communication, UCC and mobile technologies. Its mission is to enable service providers with innovative cloud technologies and delivery capabilities to increase revenue while protecting their brand and their customers. Service Providers can serve high demand cloud markets via cutting edge HyperOffice white label solutions. HyperOffice is widely recognized for its highly differentiated and innovative offerings with awards from Red Herring, ComputerWorld and leading research firms.

Sources

The Guardian - https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2016/dec/14/yahoo-hack-security-of-one-billion-accounts-breached

CNN - http://money.cnn.com/2016/12/14/technology/yahoo-breach-billion-users/index.html

NBR - https://www.nbr.co.nz/article/spark-finally-ditches-yahoo-moves-xtra-mail-new-zealand-company-smx-ck-194220

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