Hosted Offering Gives Users Full Access to Powerful Exchange Features, Removes Support and Maintenance Burden from Corporate IT Departments
LoadSpring Solutions today announced hosting capabilities for Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 through the company’s application hosting and management system, CAM Console™. By using the CAM Console to host Exchange, companies can give their project team members full-featured Outlook clients on their desktops, a rich web-based access point from virtually any computer or selective access from a wireless PDA.
“Our complex wind energy projects require smooth collaboration between our geographically dispersed project teams and external experts, so a hosted version of Microsoft Exchange/Outlook made perfect sense,” said Christina Matos, HR/IT Manager, Noble Environmental Power. “At the same time, hosting Exchange can be a challenge to support and maintain. Because application hosting is LoadSpring’s sole focus, the company can deliver the capabilities our users need for a low monthly service fee and with a service level guarantee, freeing our internal IT resources to focus on other priorities.”
In addition to giving users easy access to all the features of Microsoft Exchange Server 2003, LoadSpring’s hosted offering provides:
- Limitless mailbox capacity
- Easily credentialed new accounts or removal of users
- 24×7 support from LoadSpring’s experienced IT team
- Service level guarantee
About LoadSpring Solutions
LoadSpring Solutions delivers application hosting services that provide reliable access for project teams through its sophisticated security, proactive support and intuitive user interface known as the CAM Console™. Founded in 1999, LoadSpring supports Fortune500 companies and Engineering News-Record (ENR) top firms in the fields of construction, heavy equipment manufacturing, real estate services, engineering and energy/utilities. For more information, please visit www.loadspring.com.