Email is a commodity that most hosting customers expect to work seamlessly and at all times. But how often is your email traffic blocked due to IP blacklisting? How long do you spend chasing fraudulent accounts and getting your IP addresses off the blacklists?
How should you deal with outgoing spam? This is an issue organizations have been facing for quite a while, as most end up feeling helpless in the ongoing fight. Not being able to send emails, while at the same time worrying about brand reputation and IP blacklisting can turn to chaos any work process. However, technology comes to your aid with various software products which will clean your infrastructure and make your life easier. Are you still debating on the pros and cons? Take a look at the infographic below.
SpamExperts turns ten this year! As we’ve been growing on a continuous basis, we decided it was a good time to spell out our values and the principles this company has been built on. Our goal is to get closer and closer to that ideal community and environment where social, smart, reliable and driven employees work in a team but also individually with passion and enthusiasm.
Last week, our team was very excited to be at HostingCon Global. HostingCon is the biggest event in the hosting industry in North America, with high-profile attendees interested in the latest news, technology and partnerships. The convention took place in San Diego, California, which means great location, stunning views and perfect weather.
Two months ago, at the first WHD.usa event, I joined a panel talk called “Value-added services: How the Cloud will boost sales (for service providers)”, moderated by Liam Eagle from 451 Research. As another big service provider show is happening in the US starting this Monday, HostingCon San Diego, I’m curious to see if the same topic will be covered again.