GoDaddy teams with Microsoft to offer Office 365 to small businesses

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Tony is principal analyst with the Bradley Strategy Group, providing analysis and insight on tech trends. He is a prolific writer on a range of technology topics, has authored a number of books, and is a frequent speaker at industry events.
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Microsoft and GoDaddy have partnered to offer Office 365 as the exclusive business-class email and productivity tools service for GoDaddy’s small business customers.

GoDaddy is offering customers three different tiers of Office 365 service: Email Essentials, Business Essentials, and Productivity Plus. The Email Essentials plan is only $4 per month, and is tailored to very small business customers. It lets the business set up an email using the company’s own domain; comes with 5GB of email storage, plus 2GB of SkyDrive Pro cloud storage; and lets customers sync email, calendar, and contacts across devices and platforms.

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ioSafe unveils massive disaster-proof storage capacity with 1513+

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Every year at CES ioSafe has raised the bar for disaster-proof storage—often with dramatic demonstrations involving fire, or guns, or massive bolts of electricity. This year ioSafe scaled back the theatrics but announced a new product that lets you store massive amounts of data in a private cloud that can survive virtually anything.

ioSafe announced the new 1513+. It is a disaster-proof network attached storage device capable of storing up to 90TB of data. More importantly, the data can be accessed from virtually anywhere over the Internet, allowing you to gain the benefits of a private cloud without the security and privacy concerns of public cloud services.

ioSafe 1513+

The ioSafe 1513+ has five drive bays of disaster-proof network attached storage.

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