Award-winning Exchange 2013 provider, one of the only to support the BlackBerry latest operating system
Montreal, Quebec, Canada, January 30, 2013 — SherWeb, a leading provider of premium cloud services including Hosted Exchange, and serving more than 20,000 businesses around the world, today announced that its Hosted Exchange 2013 and 2010 platforms are ready to support the new BlackBerry 10, making SherWeb one of the first and only Exchange 2013 provider to fully support BlackBerry newest operating system.
Business users who want to keep their email, calendar and contacts at their fingertips can keep their BlackBerry 10 device perfectly synchronized with their desktop thanks to SherWeb’s Hosted Exchange 2013 or 2010 solution, which features Active Sync. This exclusive service keeps mobile devices securely connected to the user’s Hosted Exchange account at all times, allowing them to benefit from all the productivity-boosting potential of on-the-go business communications.
SherWeb’s Hosted Exchange solutions enable employees to effortlessly share calendars, contacts and tasks at the office, on any mobile device including the new BlackBerry 10 and the Playbook, or via Outlook Web App. It also eliminates the cost and hassle of running an in-house email and collaboration solution, and comes with predictable low monthly costs and expert multilingual 24/7/365 support via telephone, email and chat.
Long considered the smartphone of choice for on-the-go business users, the BlackBerry 10 boasts a new QNX Neutrino Real Time Operating System that promises a much speedier device able to outperform competing devices when it comes to seamless multitasking, typing, browsing and more. The device also allows users to create unique work and personal identities, enabling businesses to keep data secure without requiring employees to have a separate device for personal use. IT managers can prevent personal apps from running inside corporate firewalls, but cannot access personal data.
During the BlackBerry 10 launch event, RIM announced that it would change its corporate name and would now be known as BlackBerry. For more information on SherWeb’s Hosted Exchange 2013 and 2010 solution, visit Sherweb.com.