Future Hosting joins R1Soft Hosting Partner Program

Future Hosting, an Internet solutions provider and the developer of Server Doctor, today announced that it has joined the R1Soft Hosting Partner Program, providing the hosting company with greater access to sales and marketing resources.

The company states that its Future Protect, originally released in January, is their custom tailored data protection service. It allows users, even if their Web site is hosted with another provider, to tap into the company's geographically dispersed servers, so data can be backed up in multiple locations around the world.

It claims that that this data is backed up every six hours and stored encrypted at a their backup location in North America or Europe.

In addition it states that by joining the R1Soft Hosting Partner Program, it will be able to implement and promote its innovative backup service more quickly. It will also have access to volume licensing discounts on R1Soft software, and the savings can be passed on to customers.

"We have been working with R1Soft for a number of months, and we have been thrilled with the flexibility and reliability of their data protection software.

Joining the R1Soft Hosting Partner Program is the next natural step as we continue to pursue more aggressive implementation of our award-winning Future Protect data protection service," said Vik Patel, Future Hosting president & CEO.

"We see R1Soft as a long term partner of our company, and we look forward to utilising their innovative software to provide an added level of protection for our customers."

"Future Hosting has proven its dedication to customer service and innovation, and we are happy to welcome them into our Hosting Partner Program," said David Wartell, Vice President of R1Soft, a division of BBS Technologies.

"Our Hosting Partner Program creates an avenue for successful providers like Future Hosting to leverage new technology to benefit existing customers and create an incentive for prospective customers."

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