Published Thu, Dec 13th 2012
SendThisFile® today announces file transfer service uptime of 99.995%, allowing users to reliably send large files. Service uptime measures the time that a computer system has been functional and available for use.
Wichita, KS ( industrytoday ) December 13, 2012 - SendThisFile® today announces file transfer service uptime of 99.995%, allowing users to reliably send large files. Service uptime measures the time that a computer system has been functional and available for use. During the first 10 months of 2012 SendThisFile services, consisting of core infrastructure, website, database, and mail servers have achieved combined 99.995% uptime.
"When it comes to file transfers, reliability is paramount," said John Stephens, SendThisFile VP of Operations. "Our customers rely on us to be available to when they need to send large files."
Service uptime not only indicates the reliability of a web-based service but is critical to supporting customers with business data needs.
"Many of our customers operate businesses that cannot be without a moment of service," said Scott Sexton, SendThisFile VP of Business Development. "That's why we dedicate ourselves to providing such a highly reliable service."
SendThisfile provides highly reliable file transfers to consumers and businesses using PCI/DSS compliant data servers.
Since 2003 SendThisFile, Inc. has been an industry leader in providing managed file transfers to its clients. Its service provides an uncomplicated and secure way for computer users to send large files that are too big for typical email servers. With over 1.6 million users served and more than 63 million files transferred and customers in over 160 countries, SendThisFile is a proven and reliable partner for Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, and individual users.
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