|By Marketwired .||
|June 10, 2014 10:01 AM EDT||
SAN JOSE, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/10/14 -- Today, Kerio Technologies announced a new secure, high-performance, and scaled cloud infrastructure, which will deliver Kerio cloud services to Kerio resellers and customers across North America, Asia/Pacific, and Europe -- the Kerio Cloud Solutions Program.
Five charter Kerio Cloud Solutions Distributors (KCSDs), chosen for their expertise in cloud infrastructure and extensive experience in providing cloud services, are the cornerstones of this new offering. The charter KCSDs are:
BIT (Ede, Netherlands, Europe)
BIT has been a Kerio partner since 1997, making BIT Kerio's most experienced distributor. BIT is one of the Netherlands' top business-to-business ISPs with full ISO/IEC 27001certification.
GetSync'd (CA and NC, USA)
GetSync'd is the pioneer of Kerio Connect hosting and currently the largest Kerio Connect Cloud hosting provider across the globe. SOC and AICPA certified.
OnePointSync (Lakewood, CO, USA)
OnePointSync features fully redundant networks and offers a full line of Kerio products including high-speed email hosting and cloud services.
PostmanMojo (Fremont, CA, USA and Sydney, AU)
PostmanMojo Business Cloud Email was built and designed for small business users, by small business users. All PostmanMojo cloud servers are compliant with all European and Australian privacy laws.
uSync (Melbourne, AU)
uSync gives Kerio resellers the flexibility to easily migrate clients to and from cloud services and on-premise solutions as customer needs change.
KCSDs will resell Kerio Connect Cloud, the cloud-hosted version of Kerio Connect, the leading Exchange alternative for email, calendar, task, and instant-messaging software. More than 45,000 small and mid-sized businesses worldwide rely on Kerio Connect for their mission-critical business needs.
Kerio's Reseller Partners and small and mid-sized businesses can now choose from a wide array of offerings of Kerio Connect -- from in the cloud, to self-hosted, to on-premises versions for multiple IT environments.
"We've seen great success with the initial cloud services program we launched in 2013. In fact, Kerio Connect Cloud has been adopted at a rate faster than anticipated in North America," said Scott Schreiman, CEO, Kerio Technologies. "This relentless, growing demand here, coupled with emerging demand for our cloud services in Europe and Australia, meant we needed to quickly find a long-term sustainable and scalable solution for our resellers and end-customers. Our answer was to partner with five of our top distributors with the technical expertise, operations capacity, infrastructure, and financial stability to carry our vision forward. Partners that our customers, and we, can rely upon. We're pleased to welcome our charter Kerio Cloud Solution Distributors while remaining fully committed to offering multiple on-premise versions of Kerio Connect."
"GetSync'd has been providing hosted Kerio Connect Services to small and medium businesses seeking an alternative to Microsoft Exchanges complexities for more than seven years," said Scott Bowen, COO, GetSync'd. "We're delighted to be part of this exciting new infrastructure that gives Kerio Partners and customers more options for scalable cloud-based services."
"BIT has been a distributor of Kerio on-premise software in the Western European region for many years. With our core expertise in providing cloud infrastructure services for leading global companies, we're looking forward to providing best-in-class cloud services and support to Kerio's partners and end-user customers in Europe," said Wido Potters, COO, BIT.
Kerio Connect Cloud is available for immediate purchase by Kerio resellers or end customers from the charter KCSDs listed above. Visit our partner locator to find a partner near you.
About Kerio Technologies
Innovating in Internet security since 1997, Kerio Technologies, Inc. provides unified collaboration, communications, and security solutions for businesses and organizations worldwide that prefer a simpler approach to IT. Kerio is headquartered in San Jose, California and has offices in the United Kingdom, the Czech Republic, Australia, and Russia. Kerio has more than 6,000 channel partners that support more than 60,000 customers in more than 108 countries.
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