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Kerio MailServer is now Kerio Connect!

Most of you are familiar with Kerio MailServer, which was centered around email and security. With Kerio Connect you now get a package filled with dual antivirus scanning, multi-layer anti spam, complete archiving, scheduled back-up, and full collaboration capabilities.

We've entered a new stage, where Kerio Connect is a perfect fit for organizations with teams in multiple locations worldwide. Kerio's goal is to show growing companies that we are here to support, help, and expand, along with them
and their business.

Connect aims to communicate what users of messaging and collaboration servers often do - they connect with their colleagues, they connect with their business partners, they connect from the road, they connect from home, they connect to develop new ideas, they connect before they meet in person - they simply connect.

So. What's new in Connect 7?
Distributed Domain, CardDAV, Full Web Admin, Updated Mobile Device Support and more.

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About the Author

As a seasoned marketing professional, Kat has more than 12 years of experience in high tech corporate and product marketing, public relations, business development, and sales. As Kerio's Director of Product Marketing, Kat is responsible for designing and implementing strategies for all product platforms, which includes conducting competitive research and analysis for Kerio’s leading messaging and Internet security software for small to medium sized organizations. Kat drives the strategy behind Kerio Connect and Kerio Control value propositions and product positioning, while managing product launches across all global teams and markets. While teaming up with public relations, web, channel marketing and sales, she also works closely with Kerio’s dedicated channel organization of more than 4,400 global distributors and resellers worldwide.

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