We’re excited to share that GSX has earned a Gold Rating from industry publication MSExchange.org, the top product review rating given by the site. Microsoft Exchange expert Steve Goodman reviewed the product, and had many praises to give the Robot User including calling it a “killer feature” for IT professionals.
So, the word of the year 2016 was “Post-truth. Wikipedia defines Post-truth as getting information from emotion rather than facts.
While this concept seems to be linked with recent political campaigns in the UK and the US (and please remember that we are Swiss, i.e., neutral …), it also pertains to running collaboration servers.
It took us a little below two years to have our first Gold version out. Needless to say, GSX Gizmo is more than just a pretty face. There is behind it a number of technologies that we have already deployed and some which will come out later (I have to keep some mystery about this on purpose).
The most important elements are why we developed GSX Gizmo.
What does it mean for GSX Solutions to reach the 20 year milestone?
Antoine Leboyer, CEO of GSX Solutions: It is certainly a key milestone in anyone's life. I can fully appreciate this when I think back to my younger days and then I look at my eldest daughter, who is 20 years old and in her second year at university.
The business world is quickly embracing the concept of cloud computing.
A recent study forecasts that “spending on cloud computing infrastructure and platforms is expected to grow at a 30 percent compound annual growth rate from 2013 through 2018, compared with 5 percent growth for the overall enterprise IT.” This is in part because of the cost savings it brings.
For instance, why shell out big bucks for an in-house IT department when you can simply rely on the technicians at the remote server location at half the cost?
Last week, we attended the Microsoft Exchange Conference (MEC) in Austin, Texas with partners from 41 countries and six continents to discuss current Microsoft Exchange trends.
In spite of new features and improvements, many companies have decided to hold off on the latest Exchange migration. According to TechTarget's 2014 Windows Server Purchasing Intentions Survey, only 5% of respondents have upgraded to Exchange 2013, while 50% plan to stick with Exchange 2010 in the coming year. So, what's holding organizations back?
Exchange 2013 offers businesses a fantastic portal for email, calendar and contacts on PCs, phones and web browsers. Highly supportive of BYOD, security and high availability, Exchange 2013 truly helps customers feel at ease with enhanced reliability and reduced complexity.
This latest version of Exchange is committed to making sure your environment is always available and under control.
To maximize your Exchange 2013 Return on Investment (ROI) while increasing service availability, GSX is offering you some exciting new features, based on some of the most popular requests from Administrators, to help you get the most out of your Exchange experience.