Ensim Exchange Manager 2013 Immediately Available to Support New Microsoft Exchange Server Features

By Colleen Lynch

On Thursday the Ensim Corporation announced the availability of its newest automation solution, the Ensim Exchange Manager 2013. Comprised of entitlement management, compliance policy enforcement, and self-service portal services, the solution is the newest addition to the company’s extensive library of service connectors which use the end-to-end Ensim Automation Suite.

David Wippich, Ensim’s CEO, described his company’s latest offering.

“Ensim Exchange Manager can be deployed in multi-tenant or single tenant, multi-domain, multi-OU, and multi-forest scenarios, on-premise or in the cloud, dedicated to one enterprise or shared by tens of thousands,” said Wippich.

In short, the service is multifunctional and highly adaptable, allowing users to offer, order, rate, charge, provision and manage anything from applications and services to entire infrastructures.

Ensim has been a certified partner of Microsoft since 2002, and has held Gold Certification since 2006, so the company’s knowledge of Microsoft’s many products and services is extensive.

“Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 offers a rich set of new technologies, features, and services,” said Wippich. “Ensim enables our service provider and enterprise customers to fully leverage these new capabilities and offer them to their users with complete automation and management control.”

While Microsoft Exchange is preferred for communications amongst companies large and small, it is generally cost prohibitive and complicated to set up and administer. It isn’t always easy for a company to ensure the availability of constant monitoring and troubleshooting, which is the problem Ensim’s newest solution is built to solve.

With Microsoft’s Exchange Server updated and enhanced for 2013, Ensim’s program simply helps users access the more fault-tolerant, faster, and more transparent capabilities and features that were previously unavailable in the 2010 version.

Other features of Ensim’s Exchange Manager 2013 include the prevention of misconfiguration of E-mail accounts and user rights, a protected and secure Active Directory environment, and easier deployment, to name only a few.

The Ensim Exchange Manager can be purchased from any Ensim resellers or directly from the company, worldwide. For more information, visit here.

Edited by Ashley Caputo

MSPToday Contributor

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