JangoMail (http://www.jangomail.com), a leading email marketing service, completed their
JangoMail partnered with DataYard, a Dayton – based Internet service provider and Web hosting firm that specializes in server co-location, data backup, and storage services.
“DataYard has been very responsive to all of our needs, from start to finish,” said
Located 50 miles away from the primary hub, the new
The new center will protect against any extended outages, offering customers piece of mind and complete access to their data. In the rare event that the primary database goes down, the process to switch over to the new system is faster.
Additionally, scheduled maintenance outages are greatly reduced, and routine repairs will be performed ‘live’ without taking the system offline.
“The best part about the new Data Center is that users do not have to do a thing,” stated
Within the last year, JangoMail has made huge investments in security and support - first with their live call center and now backup data center.
JangoMail leads the permission-based email marketing industry, offering services for transactional and marketing emails. Customers can try JangoMail for free without a credit card or contract. Over 200,000 organizations on six continents use JangoMail and its transactional service JangoSMTP to stay in touch with their customers and prospects. JangoMail offers flexible pricing and unique features for entrepreneurs and businesses of all sizes and industries. To learn more, call 1-888-GO-JANGO or visit http://www.jangomail.com.
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