Are you tired of email server outages, memory space issues, bounce-backs, spam, blacklists, bandwidth problems, DNS dilemmas and so on? Then let Venom IT host and manage your Microsoft Exchange Email.
Our hosted solutions mean that your email is incredibly secure - no hacking or snooping will occur. You won’t have to worry about potential viruses and spam emails – we will mitigate these issues with our advanced anti-spam and virus functionality.
By choosing a hosted email solution, there’s no need to invest in expensive physical servers; you’ll also save on other costs such as security, dedicated staff, monitoring and power bills. You won't get email cheaper anywhere else - we'll beat your current provider.
You will be able to seamlessly synchronise across multiple devices and with enough memory space to never run out again.
Microsoft Exchange Server is the trusted business-grade email system. As well as providing best-in-class email management, hosted exchange also provides you with many other features including contacts management, sharing, calendaring, email lists and task management.
We offer different pricing plans for hosted Exchange, dependent on the amount of mailbox storage you require. Using Venom IT to host your emails in the Cloud means there no longer has to be a limit on storage as you don't have to store them on your own server. Our professional hosting option offers up to 50GB of storage, so you can say goodbye to the 'mailbox full' message.
Both our standard and professional options come with Outlook Web Access (OWA), mail, contact and calendar sharing, mobile access and Exchange server 2016. By being able to choose which plan you need, you can ensure in advance that there won't be any surprise costs- you'll only pay for the amount of storage you use. Our prices are extremely competitive, in fact you won't be able to get email cheaper anywhere else. A low monthly fee will give you all the capability of Microsoft Exchange without the maintenance and running costs; on top of this, you’ll never need to replace old servers or worry about IT equipment failure.