Microsoft and Cbeyond Launch New E-Mail Service for Small and Medium-Sized Businesses

<strong>Barcelona, Spain &mdash; Feb. 11</strong><br />At Mobile World Congress 2008, Microsoft Corp. and Cbeyond announced a new e-mail service, including support for mobile devices, that is now available as part of a communications package specifically targeting small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs). The package includes hardware and airtime for mobile phone service, local and long-distance phone service, T-1 broadband Internet access, and now, enterprise-class e-mail based on hosted Microsoft Exchange. The service is available in Atlanta with future service planned for Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, San Diego and San Francisco. <br /><br />"By working with Microsoft, we can now offer Cbeyond&#39;s customers the first hosted service based on Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 that is fully integrated with mobile access, all from a single provider," said Brent Cobb, vice president of product marketing for Cbeyond. "We&#39;ve seen significant customer demand for this service; delivering a seamless, enterprise-class messaging and collaboration experience to our SMB customers will give them the ability to compete using services traditionally reserved for large enterprises."<br /><br />The need for on-the-go access to e-mail and other productivity and communications tools has never been greater. Employees want to be connected at all times, whether they are in the office or on the road; at the same time, businesses are seeking to maximize productivity without having to invest significant resources in building and managing on-site IT infrastructure, such as servers and software. With Hosted Microsoft Exchange from Cbeyond, users can now get all the capabilities offered through…



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