Champaign, Illinois (PRWEB) August 15, 2009
Prominic.NET, Inc., a leading provider of managed hosting services for the entire IBM Lotus software family as well as complementary offerings from other vendors, has launched ColocationPlus, a SAS 70 Type 2-certified managed colocation service.
ColocationPlus extends Prominic's already robust hosting delivery platform to companies that wish to capitalize hardware costs or extend the life of existing, in-house servers while taking advantage of the economies of scale of a colocation provider. "What separates ColocationPlus from the majority of colocation providers," says Mark Roosevelt, Prominic's Vice President of Sales, "is that we offer smaller shops greater control over their colocated resources without a great deal of up front expense. Our data centers are located in secure locations in central US, safely away from major metropolitan areas. We include free firewall protection, remote power, keyboard, mouse and serial control, trained technicians (Remote Hands) and as an upgrade option, the full range of managed hosting services from Prominic.NET. You'll never need to step foot into our data center to manage your systems." With this level of convenient and secure remote control, redundant power and Internet connectivity and Prominic's "no unescorted access" policy, ColocationPlus provides a flexible yet highly reliable solution for outsourcing your data center.
As Jon Schultz, Prominic.NET's president, summarizes the offering: "Prominic.NET has become a leading managed hosting services provider by offering comprehensive solutions to meet our customers' complex information technology requirements. We've designed our colocation offerings to the same demanding standards."
Based in Champaign, Illinois, Prominic has specialized in managed hosting services since its inception in 1998. Find more information on the web at http://Prominic.NET, http://ColocationPlus.com, by e-mail at Sales(at)Prominic(dot)NET, or by telephone at 1-877-736-8932 (U.S. domestic), or +1-217-356-2888 (international).
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