HyperOffice: BPOS? Google Apps? Pick Us for Cloud Productivity
HyperOffice has a simple message for the cloud services channel: When it comes to choosing between Google Apps and Microsoft BPOS, the only way to win is to not play. Instead, the company in a blog post is urging customers to take a look at the HyperOffice cloud productivity suite, which it’s hyping as more reliable, more focused, and more functional. Take a look inside for more details.
So here’s the thing with Microsoft BPOS and Google Apps, according to HyperOffice: In 2011, both Exchange Online and Gmail have suffered serious usability-affecting outages. According to HyperOffice, the failures are reflective of a lack of cloud commitment on the part of both competitors: Google still gets 90 percent of revenues from advertising, after all, and TalkinCloud itself has been relatively critical of some of Microsoft’s cloud initiatives.
Naturally, HyperOffice said the cloud isn’t the problem, it’s the vendor, and HyperOffice (and its partners) have the expertise to manage the cloud effectively — with 10 years’ experience, the technology, the focus, the reliability and the responsiveness to address all those concerns.
On a final note, HyperOffice is actively soliciting new VAR and MSP partners. So if you found yourself nodding along with HyperOffice’s takedown of Google Apps and Microsoft BPOS, it might be worth getting in touch.