Since its recent update, the Web-based management portal 365 Command has gained more than 1,500 customers and manages over 665,000 mailboxes
July 19, 2013
Microsoft Online migration developer MessageOps is touting its cloud-hosted, Web-based management portal, called 365 Command.
Since its release in February, 365 Command has gained more than 1,500 customers and manages over 665,000 mailboxes. Also, the platform had a recent update, adding a slew such features as compliance reports, better alerting for admins, and upgraded mailbox mapping.
365 Command replaces the command line interface of Windows PowerShell with a rich, HTML5 graphical user interface. The interface is designed to provide an easy-to-navigate, point-and-click method for changing mailbox settings, monitoring usage, and reporting.
“A 365 Command partner can make money in three ways,” says MessageOps in statement submitted to Channelpro-SMB. “A partner can resell 365 Command, a partner can perform the tasks with 365 Command for their clients (i.e. managing Office 365 for their clients), or a hybrid — resell 365 Command to their clients and manage Office 365 using Command 365 as the tool and reporting mechanism.”