Hosting Provider bodHOST Adds Cloud-based Zimbra Email Solution

zimbra-cloud-collaboration-solutionsbodHOST, a hosting provider operating out of New Jersey, with data centers in Chicago and Montreal, has added a cloud-hosted Zimbra email solution to its portfolio. The cloud email solution is aimed at enterprises.

The hosting provider states that email has presented an increasingly complex management challenge on account of accelerated need for storage capacity, as well as tougher compliance requirements in the U.S. This would have encouraged many companies to outsource their email services to third party operators.

bodHOST helps such organizations through its Zimbra-as-as-service solution that would be fit for mission critical reliability, complete security and total ease of operation, making email management once again as easy as 1-2-3.

Collaboration suite

Zimbra provides users with an integrated collaboration suite that includes email, calendaring, file sharing, activity streams, social communities and more. With technology designed for social, mobile and the cloud, Zimbra gives individuals the flexibility to work from virtually anywhere, through nearly every computer, tablet and mobile device. The email solution is used by more than 5,000 companies worldwide, including global brands such as Rackspace, NTT Communications, Dell, Red Hat, VMware and Vodafone.

bodHOST HQ in New Jersey. The cloud-focused hosting provider has data centers available in Chicago and Montreal.

“A trustworthy email solution enables employees at all levels to stay connected and productive at all times, regardless of whether they are at their desk, at home or on the road,” said Vikram Jape, the Director of International Sales. “Our hosted Zimbra solution provides a feature rich environment that addresses every typical corporate need, and results in a robust and superior email and groupware product for our customers.”

bodHOST, established in 1999, is a cloud hosting focused company that offers a wide range of hosting solutions, both cloud based (eNlight, VMware, and Hyper-V platforms), as well as traditional solutions like dedicated servers, shared hosting and virtual private servers (VPS).