Ozeki Message Server 6
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Introduction

Organizations today are facing several unique communication challenges: the proliferation of electronic messages across their enterprise; the need to provide employees, customers, and partners with consistent information; the desire to better equip information workers with meaningful information to drive informed decisions; and the mandate to control costs without sacrificing application availability, security, or reliability.

The latest release of Ozeki Message Server is designed to help enterprises address these challenges. Ozeki Message Server 6 will help in maximizing the productivity of IT by reducing the complexity of creating, deploying, and managing communication applications. It empowers developers through a rich, flexible, modern development environment for creating secure, high performance communication applications. 

Various types of messages (SMS text messages, binary data messages, etc...) can be sent from multiple platforms, applications, and devices to make it easier to connect internal and external systems. Deliver robust, integrated business intelligence solutions that help drive informed business decisions and increase productivity across your entire organization. Control costs without sacrificing performance, availability, or scalability.

Read on to learn more about the advancements Ozeki Message Server will deliver in three key areas: enterprise messaging, developer productivity, and cost control.

About this document

This document describes the Ozeki Message Server software. It gives an overview of the functionality, describes the user interface and provides all the information necessary for configuration. The document is intended for operator personnel involved in the installation, configuration and daily operations of the Ozeki Message Server Software. It provides useful information for application developers as well.

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