Webair (http://www.webair.com), a global leader in cloud hosting and managed services, launched a geo-redundant email hosting solution on Tuesday. ProtoMail keeps real-time copies of data in two geographically diverse datacenters protecting against natural disasters or other catastrophes.
“With geo-redundancy hosting, clients can quiet their mind knowing their email will be highly available even in a rare situation of a datacenter failure,” says Sagi Brody, CTO of Webair. In the event of a datacenter failure, the secondary datacenter will be automatically promoted and service maintained.
ProtoMail is loaded with robust features for a secure and accessible inbox including virus protection and industry leading spam-filtering technology while giving businesses control over security and compliance requirements. ProtoMail email archiving lets customers store, index, and search their entire email histories quickly and easily, no matter how much data they need to store. ProtoMail also supports popular email clients available on iPhones (iOS), Android OS and Blackberry OS phones and tablets with IMAP, POP, SMTP and Webmail. The new service also offers email governance with a web-based administration utility which lets you create accounts, manage users, and create mail routing rules.
“For many businesses email is a vital communication tool not only in the office but on the road as well. That service needs to be available regardless of the situation. Backing up data offsite is not enough. ProtoMail has duplicate hardware in place online and ready for service all day, every day,” commented Mike Orza, CEO of Webair.
Founded in 1996, Webair is a leader in managed hosting solutions, including Managed & Secure Cloud Infrastructure for companies of all sizes and is recognized as a global leader in the industry. Webair offers a variety of Hosting services including Public, Private & Hybrid Clouds, Dedicated Servers, Colocation, CDN and Video Streaming Solutions. Webair, headquartered in New York, operates an international network of datacenters located in New York, Los Angeles, Montreal and Amsterdam.
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