Spam-Filter.com renews contract with prov.net data center for colocation services
Ability to provide world-class data center services and “track record” were key factors
Providence, R.I., March 27, 2012 – Provdotnet, LLC, a leading provider of data center solutions, today announced a long term renewal agreement to provide colocation services for Spam-Filter.com.
Spam-Filter.com, based in Rehoboth, Massachusetts provides email spam filtering solutions for customers world-wide.
“After exploring all other data centers in the Greater Rhode Island area, our decision to continue using prov.net was simple due to the fact that they’ve demonstrated a solid track record in the past”, said Paul Roulier, Spam-Filter.com, CEO.
Ron Sacks, Provdotnet’s Managing Partner, said “ we are ecstatic to retain Spam-Filter.com as a customer and confident that we will continue to provide the same level of service and reliability going forward as we have provided to them over the past 1.5 years”.
Spam-Filter.com is a fully managed domain-wide email spam filter service hosted in the “cloud” which works with Microsoft Exchange Server and ALL Mail Servers. Email is filtered before it arrives at your mail server. A simple change to your DNS MX record is all that’s needed to re-direct your entire domains mail thru our spam filter service. Works with all mailservers: MS Exchange, Lotus Notes, MDaemon, etc., and even works with all email Hosting Services like GoDaddy and Google Apps.
About Provdotnet LLC
Provdotnet, LLC is a colocation, cloud services and managed data center services provider located in Providence, RI. Provdotnet opened its initial 2000 square foot facility at 1155 Westminster Street in July 2009 for customers requiring disaster recovery, cloud services, managed services and colocation facilities. Currently, Provdotnet has over 6000 square feet and can house up to 200 full data cabinets and associated computing equipment. Provdotnet also has the ability to expand the existing facility up to 10,000 square feet, significantly expanding overall capacity if and when needed.
More information is available at http://www.prov.net and http://www.spam-filter.com