Zimbra Installation and Management Services
Zimbra is an enterprise-class email, calendar and collaboration solution, built for the cloud, both public and private. With a redesigned browser-based interface, Zimbra offers the most innovative messaging experience available today, connecting end users to the information and activity in their personal clouds.
Zimbra Email and Collaboration Benefits
Zimbra provides end users with a feature-rich browser-based experience that enables them to seamlessly and securely connect to their personal clouds on any device or platform. Zimbra’s smarter mailbox helps manage information and activity across their email, voice, social, calendar, address book, tasks and enterprise applications. Zimbra offers anywhere access, both online and offline, and synchs across multiple devices and smartphones (iPhone, Android, BlackBerry), while maintaining compatibility with all existing desktop email and calendar clients. Zimbra Collaboration Server offers solutions to many common pain points with innovative features for end-users. In addition, Zimbra’s high scalability and less administration time (33% less than Microsoft Exchange), enables IT to manage email and collaboration with fewer resources, lower costs and less risk—in the Cloud or on-premises.
Common Organizational Platform Challenges
|Existing solution||Email (POP / IMAP) server only||Legacy email and collaboration platform (Exchange, etc)|
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|Zimbra Collaboration Server (ZCS) benefits||ZCS offers a full-featured email, calendar and collaboration solution that enables end-users to securely and seamlessly connect to their personal clouds.Network Edition features full enterprise-class administration capabilities plus mobile and desktop sync.||Zimbra’s innovative AJAX experience puts Windows, Mac and Linux end-users at complete feature parity. ZCS is based on highly scalable open source technology that provides simplified, web-based administration tools that reduce maintenance and support costs. ZCS runs on Linux or Mac OS X commodity servers.|