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Apps4Rent Adds Server Administration Plans to Hyper-V Virtual Dedicated Server Hosting

Apps4Rent LLC, a leading Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) provider of Hyper-V virtual dedicated server hosting, hosted Exchange, hosted SharePoint, and BlackBerry Enterprise Server (BES) hosting, announces its server administration plans starting at $29/month, which can be added to Apps4Rent’s basic Hyper-V virtual dedicated server hosting packages that start at $49/month. There is no setup fee for Apps4Rent’s dedicated SharePoint server, hosted SharePoint, hosted exchange, BES hosting, Hyper-V virtual dedicated server hosting, and server administration plans (http://www.apps4rent.com/server-administration-managed-services-plans-hyper-v-kaseya-hosting.html).

“Many of our Hyper-V hosting customers lack the internal resources to manage dedicated servers on a 24/7 basis,” said Wade Dube, Manager for Apps4Rent. “Such customers can depend on our experienced server administrators on Windows or Linux/Unix platforms who monitor, maintain, and manage the dedicated servers for full reliability.”

Apps4Rent’s IT clients who use hosted Kaseya, a managed service provider (MSP) software for desktop and server management, can also add Apps4Rent’s server administration plans to their packages.

Clients who purchase the server administration plans from Apps4Rent can focus on their core business, while Apps4Rent staff brings its experience and best practices of the industry to extract continuous top performance from the dedicated servers.

Tasks included in the server administration plans include 24/7/365 monitoring and helpdesk, server reboots, patch management, installation, configuration, and maintenance of popular mail or collaboration platforms (Exchange, Sendmail, Qmail, IMAP, POP3 ,Postfix, Imail, hosted SharePoint), Web servers (IIS, Apache, SAMBA, Squid, Tomcat), database servers (Microsoft SQL server, MySQL and PostgreSQL), DNS servers, and firewalls. In addition, clients can request assistance or have Apps4Rent’s experts work on custom projects and server administration tasks; certain hours are included in the server administration plans, incremental hours can be purchased at a reasonable hourly rate.

About Apps4Rent LLC

Apps4Rent LLC (http://www.apps4rent.com/index.htm), a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner, is a leading provider of hosted applications such as hosted Exchange, Research in Motion's BlackBerry® Enterprise Server (BES) hosting, hosted SharePoint, and Hyper-V Virtual Dedicated Server hosting. Apps4Rent’s processes are designed to provide 99.99% uptime with clustered infrastructure located in highly reliable top-tier SAS 70 compliant data centers. Apps4Rent, with customers in over 50 countries, can be reached 24/7/365 through phone, e-mail, and chat.

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