Gardena, CA (PressExposure) December 03, 2009 -- Software giant Microsoft and computer manufacturer Hewlett Packard have contracted together in order to produce the standard in business communications programming. Microsoft Exchange offers an all-encompassing messaging solution that services both onsite email server users and those who also use the Active Directory. Hewlett Packard adds to Microsoft Exchange by supporting the Microsoft Exchange infrastructure and by offering the largest available storage and server options. En Pointe Technologies, a leading provider of business technology services, products, and support, has partnered with HP to deliver greater flexibility, better process function, and improved efficiency.
HP ProLiant 6th Generation servers provide industry leading performance, energy efficiency, and cost savings resulting in rapid ROI for businesses. These servers are the best selling platform in the world and provide significant improvements over previous generations both in energy savings and power. HP also offers the widest range of industry experts on Microsoft Exchange, bringing businesses the best communications package available on the market. HP Insight Control Environment allows customers to oversee both onsite and online server management, allowing for significant annual cost savings. Virtual connect provides interconnect technology that reduces the need for hardware purchases and realizes significant cost savings over time. Greater memory and storage capabilities deliver twice the performance capabilities compared to older models.
En Pointe Technologies stands ready to provide support and unique capabilities for Microsoft Exchange customers. En Pointe Vice President of Sales and Marketing David Mochalski stated that "Microsoft Exchange 2007 running on an HP platform is a winning combination and we are excited about the opportunity to bring value to our customers through this unique business partnership."
Companies can realize energy cost savings as they transition to Microsoft Exchange by utilizing the energy efficient features of HP G6 servers. Features such as heat sensors which track activity and provide automatic optimal cooling, power supply options that reduce unnecessary drains on the system, and power caps that redirect resources to be used most efficiently all give companies the edge on green technology while also realizing cost savings across the organization. This in turn means that businesses will see a greater return on their investments as they provide cost effective solutions to communications needs.
Microsoft recognizes HP as the leading experts on Exchange deployment and customers can rest assured that they are receiving the best assistance available on the market today. White paper production and configuration testing on HP hardware are already underway for Exchange 2010. By choosing to implement Microsoft Exchange for their email and messaging needs, businesses will see an increase in employee productivity and functionality as well as reductions in overhead.