In-house or hosted email: Making the case for the Cloud

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in-house or hosted email

In-house or hosted email? – Either way security is vital

Deciding between in-house or hosted email options is one of the most important decisions a business can make.

Email forms the heart of how most people communicate today and nowhere is this more apparent than in the workplace. The broad availability and adoption of broadband has meant email has quickly risen to overtake both the traditional telephone and the more technological fax machine as the primary form of day-to day (and legally binding) business communication.

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Editors’ Choice award for S3 partner SmartBear

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AlertSite helps keep your website fast and responsive on all devices

AlertSite helps keep your website fast and responsive on all devices

AlertSite by SmartBear has been named Editors’ Choice by PC Magazine for giving businesses complete visibility into their websites and web applications.

S3 is an AlertSite partner and we use its capabilities to offer real-time sophisticated monitoring and reports across all platforms for our clients. PC Magazine awarded the software the title of Editors’ Choice for best Web Monitoring Software 2015.

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Guide: How to ensure an excellent customer web experience

Tony MasonPerformance Monitoring, Web Monitoring0 Comments

Your website is the door to your business. Don’t close it on your customers

Your website is the door to your business. Don’t close it on your customers

End-users’ expectations are high – speed matters and every second counts.

In our online digital world, your business success hinges on your ability to ensure a quality web experience across both internal and external users.

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10 Tips to Improving your Email Security

Tony MasonEmail Monitoring, GFI MailEssentials0 Comments

Email is constant with billions of messages sent every month and hundreds received into someone’s inbox every week or even every day.

But any of these messages could be a hidden time bomb containing something far more dangerous than the latest newsletter or response to an earlier query –  malware or a virus.  Read More