ZUG, Switzerland – (Gawkwire.com)Offshore Web host Artmotion Ltd. (http://www.artmotion.eu) announced today the launch of its Switzerland-based Dedicated Servers, bundled with a hardware firewall and suite of security consulting services. The comprehensive service provides clients with an out-of-the-box, scalable solution to hosting offshore, with a variety of privacy, security, and tax advantages.

Dedicated Servers are available with either a Windows or Linux platform, and start at $189/monthly for 500GB of network traffic and 160 GB of hard disk space. All servers are hosted in Artmotion’s Zug, Switzerland datacenter facility, featuring more than 685 peering points and a fully English-speaking Level 1 technical support team.

Each Dedicated Server plan includes a robust security package, offering the protection of a dedicated hardware firewall and personalized security consulting service.

“When choosing to host servers offshore, a key part of the decision making process has to be guaranteeing adequate security, both physically and within the software environment. By integrating a security package in every Dedicated Server plan, we demonstrate our commitment to making the entire process easier for our clients to manage,” said Mateo Meier, CTO of Artmotion.

Switzerland, which declared its neutrality in the year 1812, offers international businesses a high level of privacy and is widely recognized for its financial stability, including a secure private banking system and the world’s largest offshore financial center. The nation’s geographical location in central Europe also makes hosting servers ideal, as the location is immune from major natural disasters.

To learn more about Swiss Dedicated Servers from Artmotion, please visit http://www.artmotion.biz/en/server/.
To learn more about Artmotion, please visit http://www.artmotion.eu.



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