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Managed Email Service

Need a professional business email that’s everywhere you are? With Watt Networks Managed Secure Email solutions you won’t have to worry about any of the administration headaches, server down time, or availability of your email as it will always be securely available wherever your travels take you next.

Our Managed Email solution means we take care of all the headaches of administration such as:
User account maintenance: new users, suspensions, deletions, data migrations, password resets, DNS records, and Domain registrations. All of these services and more are included with your email account at no additional cost.

* Volume discount is available for plans with 5 or more users. Please contact us for pricing.

Your custom domain name & DNS is included with your email for free! 

Managed Microsoft Exchange Online

$75
/user/year
$75
/user/year
  • 99.9% Uptime Guarantee
  • Free personalized domain name
  • Stay connected with business email, calendar, and contacts on your PC, Phone, and web browser
  • Secure Cloud Email Service
  • Secure & Encrypted web based email client
  • Own and control your data
  • Stay protected by anti-malware and anti-spam filters
  • Each user gets 50 GB of mailbox storage space

Managed Microsoft Office 365

$95
/user/year
$95
/user/year
  • All the Features of our Managed Microsoft Exchange Online plus:
  • Office Web Apps: Create and edit Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote files online
  • Simple file sharing: OneDrive gives each user 1 TB of personal storage they can access from anywhere and that syncs with their PC. Easily share files internally and externally and control who sees and edits them.
  • Intranet site for your teams: SharePoint sites provide workspaces with customizable security settings for individual teams within the organization.

Managed Google Apps For Business

$75
/user/year
$75
/user/year
  • 99.9% Uptime Guarantee
  • Free personalized domain name
  • Stay connected with business email, calendar, and contacts on your PC, Phone, and web browser
  • Secure Cloud Email Service
  • Secure & Encrypted Web based email client
  • Own and control your data
  • Online document collaboration with Google Apps & Google Drive. Create and store Documents, Spreadsheets, presentations and more
  • 30 GB storage space for your mailbox and Google Drive space

Email Security & Encryption

All Emails between your computers and mobile devices and the email server is always transmitted with encryption along with your user credentials. Emails sent within your organization (same domain name) is always kept private but when sending email to others outside your organization emails are sent in clear text across the internet to the recipient’s mailbox. An Email is like a postcard in the mail anyone who intercepts it can read the content. This is why you need email encryption to place that postcard email in a virtual encrypted envelope to prevent unauthorized access.

Two Different Types of Email Encryption

S/MMIE

S/MIME email encryption utilizes a certificate key to encrypt the email. Placing the email in an envelope that only the the recipient with the matching key access. To achieve S/MIME email encryption must you must first share your certificate or digital signature with the recipient and they must share their certificate with you. This can be easily achieved by sending a signed email containing that certificate to each other. This is the most popular form of email encryption and is supported by a variety of email clients and mobile devices.

PGP – Pretty Good Privacy

Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) Email encryption works using public and private keys and like S/MIME you still need share those keys with your contacts that you wish the send encrypted emails with. The difference with PGP is that unlike S/MIME there is no virtual secure envelope. Your message is sent on a “postcard” in clear text but the contents of your message is encrypted with a key. It is like sending a postcard written in a secret code that only you and the intended recipient can decode. PPG is not as popular and is not built in by default to most email clients but there are plugins available for most clients and third party Apps for mobile devices that support PGP.