Servers can host almost every type of business program, with email being one of the most common. When businesses look for email server services, they look for Microsoft Exchange. But if you’re looking to save on infrastructure costs, you might want to consider Microsoft’s hosted Exchange.
The ecosystem around email has changed significantly and dramatically in just the last couple of years. Huge new business risks have come to the forefront. (if you don’t know what those risks are, read our first post of this series here.
Today, there’s a “New Standard” for business email—one that requires servers to protect your business against everything from phishing attacks to legal challenges to the risks of an unpredictable climate.
Nearly all businesses rely on email to assist with day-to-day activities. But many businesses haven’t addressed new and seemingly unavoidable vulnerabilities. If you are running an Exchange server on-site or if you lack certain email security capabilities, your email could be at risk.