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The Utility Company Releases Connected Office 3.0

December 06, 2007 - News

The Utility Company, a provider of technology, communications and business management solutions for SMBs, has enhanced its Connected Office Technology-as-a-Service Program.

Connected Office 3.0 addresses IT (network, desktop, security and storage), business applications, Web/Internet, copier/printer and telecommunications.

“Our main objective in the development of Connected Office 3.0 was to listen to our SMB customers across North America and deliver what they’ve been asking for – a single point of contact for ALL things technology for their business,” said Mark Scott, president and founder of The Utility Company. “We achieved this, along with bringing more technology to them in a utility service model – hosted, virtual, fixed-fee services.”

Connected Office 3.0 is available for a monthly fixed-fee per user through utility service providers. Some of its features include 1-866-My-Utility Live Helpdesk – supports users with secure remote access to network and desktops for on-demand service and training; remote monitoring and management; anti-virus and patch management service; and communications services such as hosted Exchange with e-mail and anti-spam, hosted VoIP and Web content management.

The Connected Office 3.0 services include classic (à la carte), managed and utility service level options along with the following service

Bundles: Connected Office SOHO; Connected Office Network – managed network devices; Connected Office Web; Connected Office VoIP – hosted VoIP solution; Connected Office Business – hosted CRM/accounting software.

The Utility Company

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