ExchangeDefender Essentials: The Key Points – ExchangeDefender Blog

February 23, 2012

ExchangeDefender Essentials: The Key Points

Filed under: Consulting,Promotions,Webcast — vlad @ 4:02 pm

We launched the product a couple of weeks ago, and our CEO, Vlad Mazek, conducted a webcast last week describing the product and structure in great detail. We were thrilled to see so many great partners turn out for the live webcast, but realize that many many more just weren’t available last Thursday afternoon.

ExchangeDefender Essentials is a budget-friendly security solution that covers the basic needs of many small businesses.

The nine highlights are as follows:

Essentials 

So here’s a brief recap of how ExchangeDefender Essentials works:

ExchangeDefender Essentials is just fifty cents per user per month, the most competitive price on the market! A one year commitment is required unless you are “grandfathering” in existing accounts from the 1.0 Essentials version. We can handle support & billing, and we promise no catches or gotchas on support. Essentials can not be resold, rebranded or bought directly.

The new version and price will be available March 1st and existing clients will have the price reduction applied on their March 1st invoice.

The best part of all, though, is that every ExchangeDefender Essentials account includes an amazing “kicker:”

ExchangeDefender Essentials Emergency (E^3) absolutely FREE!

ExchangeDefender Essentials Emergency is a scaled down version of our popular Live Archive product, which we ended up adding into the 2.0 release because we just weren’t comfortable putting our name on a security solution that didn’t include the most critical business continuity functionality.

ExchangeDefender Essentials Emergency is exactly that. It includes five (5) days of inbound mail with compose, reply, and forward functionality. No maintenance is required, ExchangeDefender Essentials Emergency is always on and always enabled. Plus, the initial rollout is even automated. It’s always there and waiting, in case of any challenge or emergency your clients may face. And best of all, it’s free. For every user.

Do you find this information useful?

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Kate Hunt
VP Community Development, ExchangeDefender
kate@ownwebnow.com
(877) 546-0316 x777