SpamExperts Adds 3 New Data Centers to Cloud

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(The Hosting News) – SpamExperts, a best-in-class email security provider from Amsterdam, announced today that it has added three new data centers to its Hosted Cloud.  Doubling in size nearly every year since the launch in 2008, expansion of the Hosted Cloud infrastructure was required to assure its 100% uptime track-record. The additional 3 data centers are based in The Netherlands, Germany and the US.

Email is a critical part of our everyday lives and plays a crucial role in how we get things done. SpamExperts email security services can run either within the redundant SpamExperts Hosted Cloud or on a Local Cloud directly deployed on the customer’s (virtual) hardware.

Starting today, Hosted Cloud customers’ email will be secured via a fully redundant cloud spread over a total of  13 different datacenters. The upgrade is seamless and instant for HostedCloud customers, who will now benefit from an enhanced infrastructure with automatic cloud scaling, improved security and the ongoing 100% uptime track record.

“SpamExperts offers complete peace of mind using the redundant, and fully managed Hosted Cloud for email security.” said Sam Renkema, SpamExperts co-founder and CEO. “This is a good example of our constant focus to further secure and expand value-generation for our clients.”

About SpamExperts

SpamExperts’ email security solutions are tailored to the needs of webhosts and service providers. They offer inbound & outbound e-mail filtering services, as well as e-mail archiving. Any desired combination of these different services can be selected. The services can run either within the redundant SpamExperts “Hosted Cloud” or on a ”Local Cloud” directly deployed on the customer’s (virtual) hardware. SpamExperts offers standard automation and integration plug-ins with cPanel, all Parallels products, DirectAdmin and ISPsystem. For more info, please visit www.spamexperts.com.

SpamExperts Adds 3 New Data Centers to Cloud

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