Are you ready for the end of SBS & migrating to Hosted Exchange?

As you will probably already know, Microsoft's popular Small Business Server (SBS) comes to the end of its successful career on 31st December. 

Its not-so-popular successor Windows Server Essentials, provides some elements of on-site functionality for very small businesses, however there's the added expense of a separate Exchange server, or the choice of using Cloud-based Hosted Exchange services such as Delta Web's Hosted Exchange or Office 365.

Delta Web runs host to one of the UK's largest and most popular provider of Exchange in the Cloud for SMEs.  With the demise of SBS, it allows the use of Cloud-based Exchange for file storage and collaboration in the Cloud.
Exchange 2010 is just £4.95 per mailbox, per month and Microsoft SharePoint is £2.50 per user, per month. 

If you haven't thought about moving to the cloud for hosted exchange, here are 8 reasons you could benefit from moving to the cloud!

8 Reasons you should move your business Exchange into the cloud.

* Availability from location to location
* Care Free Maintenance
* Scalability
* Built in Anti-Virus
* Mobile Access
* Cost Savings 
* Work anywhere, anytime. 
* Easily move premises with no downtime.

If you want any advice on how or why to move to the cloud?  Please feel free to get in touch below!

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