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Kerio simplyfies its VoIP portfolio accessability for VARs


Kerio simplyfies its VoIP portfolio accessability for VARs
Enterprise Kerio Technologies, Inc. operates on the market in Internet security matters since 1997, Company provides unified communications, collaborative and dedicated security solutions for small to medium-sized businesses and organizations globally.
Kerio is headquartered in California, but has offices in New York, Germany, the United Kingdom, the Czech Republic, Australia, and Russia. Kerio is a recognized Microsoft Gold Certified Partner, a participant of CalConnect, a dedicated calendaring and scheduling consortium, as well as member of the Mac Developer Program. Kerio operates with more than 5,000 channel partners who ensures more than 50,000 customers in 108 countries. The normal proceedings of email, when functionalities of file sharing and online storage, cloud computing has been useful and lucrative for organizations that look forward to avoid the up-front costs of hardware, maintenance, and IT administration. Keeping this in mind, Kerio is releasing its SaaS program for Kerio Connect, as the messaging, calendar and contacts server, attached with the Kerio Workspace- online file sharing and social collaboration utility. Having Kerio SaaS, channel partners re-distribute Kerio software to their clients as an on demand service, along with generating a monthly recurring revenues with a simple pricing mode. "We are quite delighted how intuitively it has been to use the Kerio SaaS model," said Guy Algot, CEO, Graphic Dimensions, a Kerio Authorized Partner from Canada. "When a customer desires to add users, we are able do so without having to buying extra licenses. We go live as soon as a customer signs up and have been growing our business because we're providing stable Kerio products with flexible deployment options and better prices for our clients." A potential drawback of other vendors' SaaS offerings is unintentionally relinquishing ownership of one's content because of language that can easily be verified when agreeing to the terms of their service. When VARs and MSPs sign a Kerio SaaS agreement, they have committed to providing their clients with hosted editions of Kerio Connect and Kerio Workspace that provide each with its own private cloud and with sole ownership of its own content. "Kerio's SaaS asset makes it more comfortable for VARs to deliver Kerio products as a dedicated hosted application," noted Mirek Kren, vice president of sales, Kerio Technologies. "They just pay a monthly invoice based on peak implementation. It is a great way for them to appeal to customers who are looking to take advantage of the benefits of cloud computing while paying a monthly rental fee rather than make a large investment in IT."


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