ZZ Servers was founded in 2006 by brothers Peter and David Zendzian to provide business and enterprise level hosted network environments at affordable prices. Our commitment to a high level of customer service and belief in personalized customer service for every client is an integral component of our business philosophy. Our goal is to work collaboratively with industry professionals, our clients and consumers to provide not just a source for affordable and secure hosted network infrastructures but also provide a friendly family oriented customer support experience.
ZZ Servers was created in 2006 and is the combination of DMZ Services, Inc and Zen Dzign. DMZ Services, Inc. founded in 1995 is a San Francisco based full-service systems and security company, with services available for worldwide on-site or remote Internet support. Zen Dzign, founded in 1998 is a custom web application design and hosting firm.
We currently have offices in San Francisco, California; Hilton Head, South Carolina and Chesapeake, Virginia. Our servers are located in a world-class data centers in San Francisco and Northern Virginia/DC Area and they are managed through a distributed worldwide network. Because of our distribution, we are able to provide specialized services that are unavailable from traditional data centers and service providers, such as complex PCI, HIPPA, and SOX certified solutions; fully managed data and security services; hosted business PBX; Network Addressed Storage (NAS); comprehensive data analysis; and more. We specialize in providing business solutions for both the SOHO (Small Office / Home Office) and Enterprise markets of all industries. Whether it is providing technical consultation, implementation and deployment secure network services, to engineering and troubleshooting complex infrastructures; The ZZ Servers family knows how to manage, transport, store, and secure your data.
We believe work should be fun and if the work you are doing is not fun, then you are not doing it right.
ZZ Servers features multi homed bandwidth, with connections to over 40 peer networks. We route traffic over major Tier 1 Internet backbones such as UUNet, Level 3, NTT/Verio, AboveNet, and PAIX, with no low-quality bandwidth and plenty of network capacity for maximum reliability and scalability.
Our network also peers with 37+ networks at the Switch and Data PAIX (Peering and Internet Exchange) in Palo Alto, including Yahoo, Microsoft, Cogent/PSInet, Akamai, UltraDNS, CENIC/CalREN2 (University of California system and Stanford), and Japan Telecom. PAIX is the largest Internet exchange point in the world, where major telecom carriers, Internet providers, and content networks exchange Internet traffic.
"It is difficult to pick just one item I like the most about Kerio MailServer for Mac OSX as there are many aspects of the server which are excellent. If I have to pick just one I would say the easy control of the numerous mail and security features. Running a mail server in today’s Internet environment can be a difficult task. For example, Administrators must worry about Open Relay, SPAM, and Viruses, just to name a few. Kerio MailServer allows me to easily customize the behavior of my server and monitor what is happening at all times. This allows me to provide a secure mail environment using standards-based Internet protocols for my users."
Steve Hellyer, Pre-Sales Consulting Engineer