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With Office 365, businesses small, medium and large enterprises can work easier together without much trouble. Using microsoft office, which was simply a local software on our machines very familiar to businesses is now offered as a cloud based service (office 365), you can work from anywhere and it synchs direct to your local machine, always updated to use the best and latest verion of it. Office 365 is everything any business needs to give the business an upper notch in productivity, collaborations with other businesses and within the business with collegaes.

Always up to date.
Since Office 365 is in the cloud, it is always up-to-date. No patches or software upgrades necessary. Microsoft adds new value and capabilities on a monthly basis.
Financially backed SLA.
Get peace of mind knowing Office 365 services come with a financially-backed 99.9% uptime service level agreement.

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Cyber Security With Mimecast S1 Advanced Threat Security

Cloud-based email security service that helps to protect your organization from advanced email threats like spear-phishing and whaling. Mimecast Targeted Threat Security is the most comprehensive cloud-based email security and compliance solution on the market today. Mimecast’s massively scalable mail transfer agent (MTA) with its multiple layers of malware and spam protection acts as your email bridgehead in the cloud, stopping known and emerging email borne threats before they reach your network.

Granular and flexible email content and secure communication policies can be created and applied to outbound traffic in real-time.

BitTitan: Migration Automation Leader

BitTitan provides on-demand data migration from nearly any Source to Destination with MigrationWiz - a fully-automated migration solution that can be accessed at any time, from anywhere. Signup, configure, and initiate mailbox, documents, personal archives, and Public Folder migrations in a matter of minutes-no special training, personnel, or additional hardware or software installation needed!

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Enterprise-level audit logging to SQL
Customisable success and failure email notifications
Pre-Stage data
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ACRONIS DATA CLOUD

Acronis Data Cloud 7.7 Release Improving operational efficiency for managed service providers Providing data protection services to customers requires numerous daily tasks and operations. Quick and effective execution of these micro tasks can lower administration costs and increase margins, while allowing you to serve more customers and meet SLA requirements more easily. With the release of Acronis Data Cloud 7.7, we introduce a number of improvements to help you:
• Perform daily operations quickly and with greater ease
• Gain better visibility into your data protection infrastructure
• Reduce expenses over time and provide a higher quality service

Get the full Office suite plus business-class productivity and collaboration services.

Full Office desktop applications on up to 5 PCs or Macs per user and Office for mobile devices on up to 5 tablets and 5 phones per user. Always up-to-date.

Business-class email.
Large, 50GB mailboxes that can send messages up to 150MB in size, with contacts, shared calendars, and spam and malware protection that stays upto- date. Businesses can use their own custom domain. Accessible across devices. (Exchange Online)

Reduce costs, improve security and simplify management.

Reduce capital expenditure.
Office 365 is available as a simple monthly subscription. Avoid large up-front costs for new software while moving the cost of IT from capital to operating expense.
Simplified management.
Reduce headaches by reducing IT infrastructure. Data and services reside safely in Microsoft’s globally distributed datacenters with continuous backup & disaster recovery abilities. Office 365 services are easily managed via a single console.
Enterprise-grade security and privacy.
Built for businesses, Office 365 provides best-in-class security and privacy features. Customer owns and controls their data. Microsoft keeps Office 365 up-to-date with standards and regulations for each industry and region.

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FAQ'S

In everyday speech, we would say “the name of the website” instead of “domain name”. Each website has a unique IP (Internet Protocol) address that’s used for its identification in cyberspace. An IP address is a one-of-a-kind string of numbers that might seem nonsensical to humans, but actually represents numerical instructions computers understand. The moment you register a domain name, it gets tied to a specific IP address that’s like no other in the whole wide world. Magical, right? So, to make it clear: when you type “google.com” into your browser, computers actually see the following string of numbers: 216.58.206.46, and they know exactly what website you are looking for. The moment you register a domain name, it gets tied to a specific IP address that’s like no other in the whole wide world. Magical, right? This wouldn’t be possible without the domain name system (DNS). DNS is made of thousands of computers that are called servers; servers are responsible for hosting websites and they are to thank for the seamless communication between computers on the web.

Each part of the domain name is a precious piece of information that’s used to identify the website in question. So, different segments of the domain help browsers to locate the web page. Even though top-level domains and second-level domains might sound like they mark different types of domains in terms of quality, this has absolutely nothing to do with it. A top-level domain represents the last segment of the domain name. So, it’s everything located after the final dot in the internet address. It’s also referred to as “domain extension”. Top-level domains include .com, .net, .me, .info, .org, and many more. A second-level domain complements the top-level domain. It is a part of the domain name located left of the final dot. So, if you look at the example of “google.com”, .com is the top-level domain, while “google” is the second-level domain. It’s that simple.

The way people act online has consequences and so some TLDs are indeed more connected to spammy behavior than others. Such is the .xyz domain, notorious for spamming and distributing malware. However, in 2015, Google officially stated it treats all TLDs the same, that is – the search algorithm doesn’t have any specific domain extension preferences that could lead to ranking boosts for some TLDs. Bottom line is, the sole choice of TLD does not instantly make your website an epicenter of spam, nor does it result in poorer rankings. In case you are buying a previously owned domain name, you need to take some precaution steps and investigate whether or not the domain in question has ever been involved in some malicious activities. As for us at Domain.ME, we have established a strict no spam policy to prevent domain name abuse and contribute to the safety of all web users.

A person who wants to register a certain domain name is a registrant. So, we’re talking about the end customer. When you want to register your domain name, you reach out to either resellers or registrars. Resellers are those who register on behalf of registrants, but they do not have a contractual relationship with ICANN (more about this non-profit organization within the next section). Resellers are, for example – web hosting companies. Registrars are accredited organizations that are responsible for processing the registration of domain names. That’s what we at Domain.me do. Registries refer to authoritative master databases that store information about all domain names, including the associated information about the registrant (i.e. a domain holder). Even though the process of registering a domain name is quite simple for you, it does involve a fair amount of administrative procedures and regulations. So simply put – registries are organizations responsible for handling general administration regarding top-level domains. They eliminate the possibility of one domain name being registered twice and ensure the Internet stays lovely organized.

A non-profit organization called Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) is responsible for DNS management, IP address allocation, and managing databases related to namespaces – all that in accordance to highest security standards. So, whenever someone as a registrant tries to register a domain name, this request goes through either a reseller or a registrar, and then reaches registries that check if the domain name is available and provide name servers. ICANN oversees the assignment of IP addresses and domain names, thus providing the foundation of WHOIS information.

WHOIS is a query and response protocol that provides information about the domain holder, the date of registration and expiration, whether or not the domain name is available, etc. You can check WHOIS information by searching for an available domain name on our homepage, let’s see how it works. In case the domain already exists, you’ll be able to see the WHOIS information below. For instance, type in “brightside”, which already has a registered domain with .ME

There are a couple of things you need to know before registering a domain name. With a credible and reputable domain service, you will certainly have someone trustworthy to guide you through the process and possible dilemmas, so here’s just an overview of some precaution steps: In case you are buying a previously owned domain name, you need to investigate that domain’s history and reputation (check previous WHOIS information, whether or not that domain has ever been banned by Google, or if it is perhaps protected with a trademark) Brainstorm your domain name before registering and check whether or not it’s available as a username across social networks Watch out for hidden fees (some registrars are not very transparent about additional fees that come with editing WHOIS information, transfer fees, or domain name renewal costs) Demand clear information regarding hosting packages if you’re reaching out to resellers Read more about the legal side of finding the perfect domain from the expertise of our CMO, Natasa Djukanovic.

The moment you decide on your domain name and extension, you’re all set to officially register it. The process of registration is very simple and it can be done online. We can divide it into four easy steps: Check if your domain name is available (most registrars offer you an instant domain availability check via search box, so do we on our homepage, but you can also use Instant Domain Search or some other free online service) Once you check if your desired domain name is available for registration, it’s time to choose an accredited registrar or an authorized reseller Register your domain name online (make sure you read the terms and conditions so you know what you are signing up for) Pick a hosting service that suits your needs (some registrars offer hosting services along with domains, some don’t; in any case, you can ask your registrar to park your domain name until you figure out the best hosting option for yourself; during the time your domain is parked, search engines do not rank it) Whether we’re talking about choosing a registrar or your hosting service, you need to be careful not to get tricked by business. Always double check sign up prices and renewal fees. Ask for the list of supported features and know what you are paying for. Also, hosting services have to be crystal clear regarding the level of security and protection they offer, so ensure to tick the safety box as well.

Although the phrase “buy a domain” became widely used as you do make a purchase during the registration process, it’s not a completely accurate expression. You cannot actually purchase a domain name for life, but you can continue “renting” it, year by year. Assuming that you want to stick with your chosen domain name, most registrars offer automatic annual renewal option. So, why is that? Why can’t you buy a domain name? The reasons are economical and it’s actually common sense. ICANN leases you your domain name for a fixed period of time, usually a year. The operating costs for domain registry increase with company growth and inflation, and so does the number of domains that are under its management. So, the registry would have to increase domain extensions’ prices in order to address these costs, which isn’t really a good outcome for businesses. Although the phrase “buy a domain” became widely used as you do make a purchase during the registration process, it’s not a completely accurate expression. Renewals are actually a smart thing in the broader picture. In addition to this, ICANN charges something that’s called “domain tax” and it’s about R 270 per year. Having all this in mind, the most precise expression would be to call someone a “domain holder” instead of a “domain owner”, as you never really own the domain name.

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