Posted by: kenwbudd | December 16, 2010

Google targets email Continuity market

Google has expanded its Postini-based enterprise cloud security and corporate compliance tools with the launch of Google Message Continuity. Firmly aimed at the business continuity market the new service helps ensure that businesses always have access to email.

Google Message Continuity works by replicating email accounts hosted on Microsoft Exchange Servers in the cloud, using Gmail, Calendar and Contacts. If the Microsoft Exchange Server fails, or requires scheduled maintenance or downtime, all that businsses have to do is log into Gmail and continue regular, up-to-date email communication through Google. 
Since Gmail and Microsoft Exchange are constantly synchronized with each other, users can seamlessly switch from one email environment to the other. Additionally, features such as asynchronous replication that are built into Google’s architecture help ensure that data won’t be lost at any point.

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