Ironkeep Launches New Enterprise Email Service

A new Enterprise Email service has been introduced by Ironkeep™, a local fiber-optic connected ultra high-speed remote data storage company and internet service provider (ISP).

Traverse City, MI, March 19, 2009 --( The Sun Microsystems™-based Email service enhanced and modified for user friendly provisioning by Ironkeep™, is competitive with local exchange installations and hosted exchange services, explains Zachary Schneider, CIO (Chief Information Officer) and Ironkeep™ Systems Engineer.

“Today’s business hinges on solid Email communications and frankly our market deserves better,” he said, noting that existing Microsoft Exchange solutions are in his opinion costly with steep licensing fees, require ongoing maintenance, don’t run well on low quality hardware and support limited users with high quality hardware. He also predicted future customer service announcements this summer involving Sun Microsystems’™ new Aries technology.

In contrast, Zach pointed out that Ironkeep’s™ new Email system competes favorably with MS Exchange in all areas. It provides Email, groupware and calendaring functionality, outlook integration, spam and virus removal, and online mail storage. “Plus, your Email data is also secure since it’s hosted on our resilient storage platform with off site replication.”

Other features of the new Email service:

No licensing fees
A lack of 24/7 exchange server monitoring costs
No costly updates
Monthly flat rate per account
Safe data storage
Free and open platforms offered by a local company

About Ironkeep ™

A respected technology consultant in the region as well as nationwide, Ironkeep™ has performed a variety of services like computer networking, application development, hosting, networking, website development, storage and research over the years. Currently over 460 clients utilize these services, and an office has been opened in Florida earlier this year.

Recently it introduced a range of ISP and other acronym-rich services that are provided from its Network Operating Center (NOC). The Center offers remote data storage and backup servers, and provides the ultimate in protection in the event of computer failure due to natural disaster, human error, virus attacks or equipment failures.

Client protections include ultra high bandwidth fiber optic internet connectivity; round-the-clock security monitoring; power conditioning and backup power; state of the art climate control; and full time climate control monitoring.

Ironkeep (™ is located at 1129 Woodmere Avenue Suite J, Traverse City. Phone 231.922.3577.

Gregg Smith