If you have a small- or medium-sized business, chances are you’ve at least heard of GoDaddy.com. They’re one of the top domain name registrars, but also provide web hosting and design, ecommerce hosting, blog software, and much more. Now, it looks like they’ve teamed up with the software giant Microsoft to give SMBs some of the benefits that larger enterprises enjoy, but without the high hardware and software costs incurred by corporate IT departments.
According to a press release from the two companies:
GoDaddy.com is delivering mobile and group e-mail plans with Microsoft Outlook, powered by Microsoft Exchange Server 2007, to help small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) improve worker productivity and communications regardless of physical location. The new e-mail plans from GoDaddy.com, including Personal Outlook, Outlook with Mobile, and Group Outlook with Mobile, give SMBs the ability to manage all of their online services from one place.
“We have many customers who currently use Microsoft Office Outlook for their e-mail. It was only natural that we expanded our offerings to include mobile and group e-mail plans with Microsoft Outlook,” said GoDaddy.com CEO and Founder Bob Parsons. “Our goal is to be a one-stop shop for every customer. Business owners who want the advantage of Microsoft Outlook e-mail plans can rely on us, without worrying about system maintenance.”
Those engaged in Internet marketing are always on the lookout for ways to improve productivity and enhance profitability.