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Dedicated Hosting Launched For Reliability

Dedicated Hosting Launched For Reliability, Security And Speed

A Dedicated Hosting service has been launched by esolutions, offering NZ businesses a fully managed, high-performance, reliable and secure outsourced solution for their e-commerce initiatives.

"The performance and reliability of our hosting has been a hit with pilot customers," says Pauline Sabin, esolutions' portfolio manager. "It has enabled those businesses to concentrate on looking after their customers, while we manage the technology and ensure availability of service.

"With esolutions Dedicated Hosting, you get the benefits of having your own secure server, managed and supported 24 hours a day, without the risks of investing in rapidly changing technology and employing specialist staff to support your investment.

"Microsoft Windows 2000 is our cornerstone operating system. Support and licensing for Microsoft applications such as SQL Server 2000, Commerce Server 2000, and IIS can be included as part of the fixed monthly fees.

"With the esolutions alliance, customers benefit from Microsoft's software technologies, EDS IT expertise and Telecom's access and security services," said Pauline.

The standard hosting packages are available for a fixed monthly fee and can be up and running within a week.

esolutions has a simple three-step process to allow customers to build the components of their solutions. Firstly customers choose the hardware specification that best suits their needs, then decide how much control they want on the server and finally choose what e commerce software they require.

esolutions is a unique ecommerce alliance supported by the combined strengths of Telecom NZ, EDS and Microsoft. It develops packages designed to help business of all sizes and complexities to do business online.

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