Everyone.net Celebrates Ten Years And Prepares For Growing Demand Of Its Software-As-A-Service Solutions
SAN JOSE, Calif. – December 8, 2008 – Everyone.net, a market leader in providing Software as a Service (SaaS) messaging for business and service provider customers worldwide, demonstrates continued momentum as they announce their ten year anniversary. This anniversary marks a major benchmark for their 125,000 direct and indirect small and medium sized business customers. The company also announced the completion of a series of significant upgrades to the company's Silicon Valley data center in preparation for their growing SMB user base, which is estimated to triple in size over the next 36 months.
“Software as a Service has become the on-demand messaging solution for this challenged economy because it offers all the rich features of Exchange and doesn't require customers to fork out messy up front costs," said Timothy Eades, CEO of Everyone.net. "That said, ten years ago, we embarked on a journey to provide customers with intuitive and integrated SaaS software unlike most hosted messaging services. Our one_business product family was built from the ground up, merging email, delivery, storage, recovery, and flexibility. To ensure that our customers continue to receive the highest level of service for their growing businesses, we've adopted the best of breed networking, storage, systems, database and backup suppliers, including Cisco, NetApp, F5 and Dell. This advanced infrastructure is key to streamlining the performance of these unique solutions.”
The Everyone.net data center enhancement includes increased capacity of bandwidth, application server systems, load balancing and mail databases, upgraded core switching and routing, new network topology for a more centralized architecture, flexibility, and condensed load balancing to eliminate traffic bottlenecks.
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