All your 365 licensing in one easy to use interface, backed by our complimentary value-adds and fanatical support.
A self-service domain portal for the easy management of your zones, resource records and subdomains.
State-of-the-art web hosting utilising HTTP/2 defaults and modern, open-source server software.
Brand your outbound email from any device with standardised signatures and clickable banners.
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With over 13 years of experience in IT support and email systems integration, Databias has helped many South African businesses set up professional email and web hosting.
The corporate email industry has in the past been largely dominated by Microsoft and it's Exchange messaging platform. Exchange became available to the general public almost a decade ago thanks to a change in licensing which enabled technical service providers to license Exchange on a per mailbox basis. Databias reliably operated it's Hosted Exchange platform for 7 years, supporting hundreds of companies and thousands of mailboxes. We've learnt that customer service is the key to being a successful Micrsoft reseller.
In 2011 Microsoft again introduced another change in the email market with the launch of the 365 platform, which offers Microsoft's products to companies and the general public on a pay as you go basis. We've learnt that giving customers tools to manage their digital assets is another key to becoming a successful reseller.
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Why choose an Azure reserved instance
After considerable interest from our previous post announcing the availability of Azure reserved instances, several customers have inquired as to the benefit of a reservered instance over a pay-as-you-go VM. Microsoft has the following to say (copied verbatim from their documentation):
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Why your website needs a SSL certificate Have you ever seen a website URL start with HTTP and some with HTTPS? The extra “s” stands for secure (so a secure version of HTTP). You know a website is secured with an SSL certificate if the URL contains HTTPS and you will see a “Secure” box next to the URL.