Application Solutions has extensive experience in delivering enterprise functionality, business productivity, and messaging solutions which are centrally managed and hosted in the Gateway data centres. This software-as-a-service (SaaS) application delivery model revolutionises the total cost of ownership of business IT solutions
- Hosted Exchange – A robust, hosted, outsourced and fully managed implementation of Microsoft Hosted Exchange. This solution is easily deployed, and returns are realised almost immediately.
- Mail Manager – A unified email management solution, offering email security and email archiving. The range of functionality offered in this solution, means it often replaces the multiple email solutions that are currently in place.
- Mail Filter – Customisable gateway email content filtering solution.
- Anti-Spam – A gateway solution to block unwanted Spam from saturating your bandwidth.
Microsoft License Solutions
Microsoft Service Provider License Agreement (SPLA) – Microsoft’s license rental model for hosted devices. Allowing Gateway to rent almost every Microsoft license to a client.
Through Flexcube, Oracle offers extensive solutions for core banking, risk and compliance management, anti-money laundering, fraud detection and business analytics. Through the Oracle partnership Gateway is able to offer Oracle Flexcube. Oracle Flexcube highlights the requirements of financial organisations with its customer-centric core banking, online banking and wealth management solutions. Flexcube is a tool which enables organisations to standardise operations and embed a global brand throughout all the presences that an organisation has. Clients get to benefit from one set of technology without having to “mix and match” with other technologies.
Backup and Recovery
Both the Desktops and Laptops and the Attix5 Backup – Server Edition are secure managed online backup solutions for critical data within the business enterprise.
The core of the solution is a software client application that, once loaded onto the user device or server, sends a mirror copy of data from that device to a storage server for backup (the storage server can be local or remote).
The data on the server can be recovered directly to the user device via the client software or can be accessed via a secure web-browser interface from any other computer. Both the user and the administrator can initiate the recovery.