Hosted Exchange - high level of security

The protection of your email traffic is also the protection of your IT infrastructure. This includes, in addition to spam and virus protection, encrypted data traffic and the option of restoring deleted messages in an emergency.

Protect your email traffic and your IT infrastructure – Security with Hosted Exchange

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Protect your email traffic and your IT infrastructure – Security with Hosted Exchange

Integrated spam and virus protection

Integrated spam and virus protection

The integrated spam and virus protection from Hornetsecurity ensures that customer mail boxes remain free of malware and spam, and that only “good” messages land in the employee’s inboxes.

Optional archiving possible

Optional archiving possible

With optional archiving of the email traffic, a company can comply with the statutory provisions with regard to secure storage of electronic correspondence. In addition, also accidentally deleted emails can easily be found and restored.

Restoring deleted emails

Restoring deleted emails

In Outlook or using the Outlook app, users have the option to restore deleted elements within 14 days after deletion.

Encryption of data traffic

Encryption of data traffic

The entire data traffic between the customer and the data centres of Hornetsecurity are encrypted with TLS.

Redundant secure data centres in Germany

Redundant secure data centers in Germany

All services by Hornetsecurity are operated in redundant secure data centers, which means that downtimes and loss of data are virtually excluded. The German location of the data centers also guarantees that the German data protection laws are applied.

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Put our Hosted Exchange service through the paces and compare it with your existing solution. You can test it for 30 days for free and without obligation.

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