Could email hosting prevent your business from losing trade?

Because of email spam, it just might.

Spam is the electronic equivalent of junk mail. And spam becomes even more of an issue when it’s sent with the agenda of sending a virus your way.

While technology all around us has become more sophisticated over the years, unfortunately so have all the online threats. Cyber attackers are constantly targeting different businesses, sometimes randomly, sometimes not. They’re always looking for new ways of causing mayhem.

From cunningly disguised email layouts through to using reputable email service providers,

But that’s exactly why an intelligent email hosting solution can help your business.

With our hosting option, you’ll be safe from email spam and viruses. But crucially, that safety doesn’t come at the expense of something else. All your emails, calendar entries and contacts will be securely backed up, plus you’ll also still be able to access your email system from anywhere in the world.

The first spam email was sent in 1978 to some 398 recipients. Ever since that day, unsolicited emails have been causing huge problems to IT managers all over the world.

Costing brands time and money, spam affects lots of people. The same spam email can be sent to millions of people at the same time. Moreover, we all use email. Some digital marketers have spoken of the death of email marketing, but nothing can be further from the truth.

For we’re all on email every single working week. According to research, over 100 billion emails are sent and received each day. Email remains the predominant form of communication in the business space. Furthermore, it’s widely predicted that we’ll send and receive 132 billion emails per day by the end of 2017.

In other words, email isn’t going away.

Most people use it. Most businesses use it. And most cyber attackers try to sabotage it.

Email spam will continue to be a growing, painful problem for everyone. But by taking on an email hosting service you won’t just reduce your IT costs and increase you’re IT flexibility – you’ll also be safeguarding your business against something which could destabilise any operation very quickly.

Still not convinced?

According to research, an average of 97.4 billion spam emails and 973 million malware emails were sent worldwide each day in 2013. That number is growing, just like the chances of your business being affected.