Exchange Email and Office 365

Choosing Which Platform To Deploy

Businesses choose Intermedia's cloud business applications because they support today’s anywhere, anytime work schedule, provide comprehensive protection against security threats, and offer better uptime than on-premises solutions. But the choice between Office 365 or Exchange Email can be confusing.

  • Comply with both internal and institutional requirements.
  • Intermedia services are backed by a 99.999% uptime SLA.
  • Benefits of moving to the cloud include time savings for IT.

Features

Exchange Email

  • 99.999% uptime guarantee
  • Unlimited email storage
  • Lower TCO as compared to on-premises Exchange
  • Facilitates compliance with HIPAA and other regulations

Full Microsoft® Office 365®

  • IBusiness grade email, calendar and tasks
  • Microsoft Office Suite, Skype® for Business™, SharePoint®, and more
  • White-glove onboarding and migration
  • Enhanced with integrated backup, continuity, security and cloud voice applications

Compliance & Securityn

  • Intermedia’s support teams assist clients across many different industries
  • Internal and institutional regulatory & security requirements
  • HIPAA, and financial services firms regulated by SEC, FIRNA, SOX, and more
  • Assistance understanding rules and regulations

Support & Management

  • Take advantage of enterprise-grade reliability
  • Services are backed by our 99.999% uptime SLA
  • Time management savings for IT
  • Expert onboarding and migration at no additional charge

Questions and Answers

To fully secure data in the cloud, enterprise IT teams should never solely rely on their cloud provider. Ensure you have a solid security strategy in place that is agnostic to the location of your data and applications.
Cloud-based storage applications have access to very sensitive corporate data, particularly financial data.
In 2010, Amazon was subject to a cross-site attack that used malicious scripts in a benign account to launch more attacks. Many companies are prohibiting the sharing of accounts and now require strong two-factor authentication techniques.
A 2015 Experian study claimed that employees, particularly those working remotely or using their own mobile device, accounted for more than half of security incidents last year. A current or former employee, contractor, or a business partner with access through IaaS, PaaS, SaaS or traditional infrastructure, can often be the source of an enterprise’s greatest risk.