Schedule Maintenance – May 3, 2013 – 11:00 PM (MST)

We have scheduled system maintenance for our Kerio Connect Mail Hosting infrastructure for Friday, May 4, 2013 – beginning at 11:00PM (MST) and will be completed by 11:59PM (MST).   During this window, there will be intermittent access to email on the affected servers (MX1, MX3, & MX4), however total down time is not expected to be more than 5-10 minutes. This system maintenance affects Connect servers MX1, MX3, & MX4, and includes an update to Kerio Connect...

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We Do Web Design

Although we don’t actively advertise our web design services, our team does do some web design.  We admit (when most others don’t) that we’re not a web design agency, but more of a web site organizer.  We generally utilize Joomla or WordPress as the base (CMS) of our website work and utilize templates available on the web for most of our design work.  We then take those ready made templates and customize them and individualize them for your website and do the SEO...

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Kerio Connect 8.1 Release Coming Soon!! New Features!

The latest release of Kerio Connect 8.1 is just around the corning and we’re excited about some of the new features that will be part of Kerio Connect 8.1 Windows 8 support   Starting with Kerio Connect 8.1 the Windows 8 mail client will be supported in Exchange ActiveSync synchronisation. Until now there has been no way to synchronize calendars and contacts to Windows 8 tablets and Windows 8 desktop customers were limited to using MS Office with KOFF. Now the users with Windows 8 RT...

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Cloud Mail Interface

Our Cloud Mail platform is a fully redundant email hosting service for small and medium businesses.  We support businesses as small as one user to businesses with thousands of users.  Below are a few previews of what the webmail interface looks like. {socialbuttons} [module-216]

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New Cloud Mail Platform

We mentioned a few days ago a new email platform that we’ve been preparing to launch and have been testing.  We’re getting close to the official launch and “official” announcement of the new “Cloud Mail” platform.  The Cloud Mail platform is ready to be launched, we’re just writing up support documentation and working on some marketting materials to help get the word out.  However, here is a sneak peak at some of the key features of the new Cloud Mail...

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Changes in Connect Email Pricing

Recently Kerio announced additional changes to their Kerio Connect licensing model (see Kerio’s announcement here), in short Kerio has decided to add an additional licensing fee for the Exchange Active Sync (EAS) service.  This feature is a key feature for most users, and we are more than dissapointed in this move by Kerio.  This isn’t the only change in pricing for Kerio Connect in the last year.  Within the last year Kerio increased the overall per user fees for Kerio...

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Moving 32-bit Apps to the Cloud

Rove Pest Control (Rove PC) recently made the move to the cloud with  their custom relation management software in December 2012 by  contracting with Tech Strategies to provide a custom hosting solution  for a 32-bit desktop CRM application.  Rove Pest Control was in a  difficult situation with five different offices spread through out five different states.  The challenge was that their CRM software was designed for small pest control companies with only one office,...

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Scheduled Web Server Maintenance

We will be performing system maintenance on our web servers beginning Saturday March 2, 2013 at 11:30 PM, MST (-7:00 GMT) and ending by Sunday March 3, 2013 at 12:30 AM, MST (-7:00 GMT).  During this maintenance window their may be intermittent accessibility to any websites hosted on our web servers.  

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Google Removing Features From Free Services

With a new year comes a desire to clean up any loose ends and start fresh. In that same vein, Google has decided to close up shop on some of the less popular features on their free products. While some of the services that are disappearing are not surprising – no one really knows about Punchd, the Android app which stored loyalty punch cards on your smartphone – some of the features that are closing are a little more shocking. After January 4, 2013, Google closed Google Sync for new...

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Cloud Storage

One of the most prominent trends in cloud computing is making business services available through the Internet. Cloud storage is an example of this trend in action, being the practice of storing data on virtual storage space maintained by cloud storage service providers. Businesses, particularly small and medium-sized businesses, find services such as cloud storage useful because they are cheaper than their in-house counterparts. Not only are businesses spared from purchasing and then setting...

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