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Infrastructure services and hosting provider, Hivelocity, will now be including 10GB of free cloud storage with every new server.  Existing customers will not be left out and will be sent instructions on activating their free storage plans incrementally throughout January.

While each server is provided 10GB of free storage, there will be options for customers to choose up to 2TB of cloud storage per server they have with Hivelocity.  It is important to note the free storage is not dispersed on a per client basis but on a per server basis, meaning customers with numerous servers will have multiple free storage plans provided to them.  Customers are able to easily manage their storage within Hivelocity’s custom built myVelocity portal.

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“We are always looking for new ways to reward our customers and improve our service.  Obviously some free storage on the cloud gives our customers an avenue for backing up data and peace of mind,” says Barry Stetler, Hivelocity’s Development & Operations Leader.  “I think the simplicity myVelocity offers in setting up and managing the storage will be just as rewarding to our customers as the fact it is free.”

Over the last year Hivelocity has introduced several free services available to customers within their myVelocity portal.  From managing DNS, creating A records, remote reboots and now free storage, Hivelocity customers are empowered to manage their online presence as much as they like.  Alternatively, Hivelocity has made a name for itself by offering an exceptional level of customer service and support giving customers the option of having Hivelocity experts handle things instead.

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