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Mail servers love Zimbra licensing. XMission makes it easy.

Email is the work horse of the Internet. It is tried and true. Inboxes rule our lives. Email is not going anywhere and, truthfully, it is only getting better. Recently we helped a customer out of a serious predicament with their mail server. They had installed the free, 60-day trial of Zimbra Network Edition and […]

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Frequently Asked Questions about Macquarie and UTOPIA

Last night, I attended the Murray town hall meeting on UTOPIA/Macquarie. It was refreshing to see over 300 people turn-out with many thoughtful questions. Although there was some misinformation from the audience broadcast, the city council and mayor did their best to answer questions on an extremely technical subject. There were times that I wish […]

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Science and Engineering Fair Judges Needed!

Every year, XMission looks forward to supporting the Salt Lake Valley Science and Engineering Fair (SLVSEF). Pete Ashdown, our founder and president, serves as a judge and awards the XMission Technology Award to the student who best demonstrates creativity in utilizing the Internet for either research or as a presentation element. I spoke with Pete […]

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XMission Proudly Sponsors the 2013 Twilight Concert Series

Once again, we are proud to sponsor Salt Lake City’s Twilight Concert Series, already well underway in downtown Salt Lake City on Thursday nights at Pioneer Park. XMission has sponsored the Series almost since its inception. We have watched it grow and enhance downtown Salt Lake City for years, and feel so proud to have […]

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4 ways your business benefits from XMission’s privacy policy

In the past few weeks there has been a lot of media attention given to XMission’s stance on customer privacy (links below). Honestly, it feels great to finally be recognized for one of our core values. What isn’t being talked about is why our privacy policy matters to businesses. Earlier today, I asked our long-time […]

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5 things I learned at HostingCon 2013

A couple of weeks ago, I attended HostingCon with another XMission long-time team member, Grant Sperry. We had an incredible experience and I wanted to share a few of the lessons we learned: * Love what you do. Staying relevant and connected with your customer base means that providers need to focus on the components […]

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Are you an Art Fan? XMission proudly sponsors the 2013 Utah Arts Festival

For the thirteenth year, XMission proudly sponsors the Utah Arts Festival! This year’s festival takes place on Thursday, June 20 to Sunday, June 23 at Salt Lake City’s Library Square with XMission presenting the always-fun Sponsor Patio. The Utah Arts Festival features 162 visual artists, including 45 who are Utah-based, and 117 additional visiting from […]

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Support SLC Artists and Vendors at the 2013 Living Traditions Festival!

              For over 12 years, XMission has proudly sponsored the Living Traditions Festival in downtown Salt Lake City. We love the color and culture that the Salt Lake City Arts Council brings to the neighborhood each year, and we can’t wait for the celebration to kick off at 5 […]

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501 Tech Club Salt Lake City Kickoff on Thursday, May 9

This Thursday, XMission, Third Sun Productions, and the Utah Nonprofits Association will launch the 501 Tech Club Salt Lake City – a local chapter of the Nonprofit Technology Network (NTEN). Our local 501 Tech Club will meet regularly to help Utah nonprofits find access to local resources, education, and networking opportunities in a relaxed setting. […]

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The $1 Fiber Optic Network

Provo City excitedly announced yesterday that Google was taking over their troubled iProvo network. Google has done a respectable job in Kansas City, and I’m sure they will do the same in Provo. My only criticism after hearing this yesterday is that Kansas had to literally give away the farm to install a monopoly over […]

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