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ActiveServe Opens New Data Center in Salt Lake City, UT

Friday, August 10th, 2012

Earthquake proof, hurricane proof, and lightning fast. ActiveServe is proud to announce the expansion of its data center network with a location in Salt Lake City, UT that will complement the existing data center in Miami, FL. 60% of all U.S. Internet traffic passes through Salt Lake City, making it one of the most important technology hubs in the nation.

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The new ActiveServe.com

Tuesday, December 15th, 2009

ActiveServe’s business model has evolved.

Business Continuity Solutions = Peace of Mind

The only things that are certain in today’s “connected” business world is that the unexpected will happen; it will happen when it is least convenient; and every aspect of your client’s business is vulnerable. Their systems could be offline for a few hours or a few days… but even one hour of down time can mean the difference between them closing a deal or their competitor getting the deal. Can you afford to roll the dice, and hope it doesn’t happen to your client?

What is it worth to your client’s business to have a complete copy of their operating systems, complete back up of all files and their highly specialized software applications continuously running on our dedicated servers? Your very own Business Continuity Solution on our ultra secure servers will function as your extra complete business backbone, when the unexpected happens to your client’s business.

With ActiveServe on your side, you are covered no matter what Mother Nature or a disgruntled employee may “throw” at you today or tomorrow.

Microsoft Unveils Exchange 2010 With Public Beta

Wednesday, April 15th, 2009

“Exchange 2010 ushers in the next generation of Microsoft unified communications software as the first server designed from inception to work both on-premises and as an online service,” said Rajesh Jha, corporate vice president of Exchange at Microsoft. “This release raises the bar with new archiving and end-user innovations that will help companies save money and employees save time.”

Microsoft’s Hypervisor Technology Gives Customers Combined Benefits of Windows Server 2008 and Virtualization

Thursday, June 26th, 2008

REDMOND, Wash. – June 26, 2008 – Following the launch of Windows Server 2008, Microsoft reached another milestone today with the release of Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V, the hypervisor-based virtualization technology that is a feature of select versions of Windows Server 2008. The nearly 1.5 million copies of the Hyper-V beta version that have been distributed demonstrate how customer interest in virtualization is moving from evaluation to production environment deployments.