Industry Leader to Showcase Hosted Email and Collaboration Services at Lotusphere 2010
Orlando, FL, January 18, 2010 – IBM Lotusphere 2010 NaviSite, Inc.NaviCloud at IBM Lotusphere 2010 this week at the Walt Disney Resort in Orlando, FL. The solutions will be showcased at pedestal #615 and include Hosted Lotus Notes and Domino, Lotus Sametime, Lotus Quickr and Lotus Connections. (NASDAQ:NAVI, news, filings), the worldwide leader of cloud-enabled, enterprise-class hosting, managed applications and services, announced today Hosted Lotus Services powered by
Managing an IBM Lotus email and collaboration environment can be challenging – particularly in light of growing cost pressures, security threats, limited resources, and user demand for reliable, anytime-anywhere access to data. NaviSite Hosted Lotus Services answers these challenges by giving organizations on demand access to the latest Lotus software for predictable monthly fees and without up-front capital expenditures. Organizations can save up to 47% over in-house solutions without the risk of obsolescence, and end users gain access to the full functionality of the latest IBM Lotus clients with improved security and reliability.
Powering NaviSite’s Hosted Lotus Services is NaviCloud, a robust cloud offering comprised of enterprise class components including Cisco’s Unified Computing System, VMware’s Virtual Infrastructure 3.5 and vSphere 4.0, and IBM XiV SAN. Multiple SAS70 Type II data centers are linked with Gigabit connections to form an industrial-grade fabric that provides built-in redundancy ensuring SLA committed uptimes of 99.9% for all Lotus email and collaboration applications. NaviCloud also provides on-demand scalability for rapid deployment with no up-front capex commitments, and business continuity with Disaster Recovery time objectives measured in minutes, not days. Each organization’s logical infrastructure is dedicated to them, allowing for customizable, enterprise level services such as dedicated directories, integration into custom on-premise applications, and dedicated networks behind high availability firewalls.
“NaviSite has provided Hosted Lotus services for over 16 years, and our administrators and developers work with some of the largest Lotus environments in the world on a daily basis,” said Denis Martin, CTO at NaviSite. “Our latest platform is a culmination of that experience and includes the latest Lotus Email and Collaboration Applications, best of breed Compliance Archiving, Anti-Virus and Anti-Spam solutions, and support for virtually every smart Mobile device in the market, all of which are sold on a simple, easy-to-understand per user basis.”
Hosted Lotus Services powered by NaviCloud is expected to be generally available in second quarter 2010.
NaviSite, Inc. (NASDAQ: NAVI) is a leading worldwide provider of enterprise-class, cloud-enabled hosting, managed applications and services. With over 20 years experience, the Company provides a full suite of reliable and scalable managed services, including Applications Services, industry-leading Enterprise Hosting, and Managed Cloud Services for enterprises looking to outsource IT infrastructures and lower their capital and operational costs. Over 1,400 customers depend on NaviSite for customized solutions, delivered through a global footprint comprising 16 state-of-the-art data centers supported by approximately 650 professionals. For more information on NaviSite services, please visit www.navisite.com.
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