Microsoft and Google are partnering to offer the most secure email for ecommerce companies, according to Microsoft.
The email provider is offering the best of both worlds: the ability to secure and protect the email account, but also the ability for consumers to be protected from malware.
The new Gmail for eCommerce, which is now available in the UK, is built on the security features offered by the Microsoft Exchange server.
It’s also based on Microsoft’s latest Azure cloud services, which are the most advanced cloud solutions available.
Microsoft has previously said that the Outlook 365 email service was the most popular email service for e-commerce businesses in the US.
Users can now choose to store email in the cloud, but Microsoft has also added support for offline email and email forwarding.
“The new email service will offer an enhanced inbox experience, with features like email sync, enhanced message forwarding, a streamlined user interface, and an expanded inbox and attachments management,” the email provider wrote.
“Users can manage messages across all of their devices with a single click, and they can sync attachments from the Gmail service.
Microsoft has designed the new Gmail service with security in mind, including support for encryption for the sender, recipient, and recipient’s identity.
Microsoft is also working on additional features, such as support for password managers and email sign-in, to make it easier for users to manage their email security.”
This is Microsoft’s first attempt to offer email security at the ecommerce level.
The company launched its own e-mail service in 2016, which was designed for businesses, and then followed it up with a secure email service.
In the years since, Microsoft has been working on security, and it was announced last year that the company would be offering a Windows 10 version of its Outlook 365 service in 2019.
As of January 31, 2019, Outlook 365 was the number one email provider for UK e-retailers, according, according Microsoft.
More to come.