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Answers Most Frequently Asked Questions About Cloud Backup in New Guide for SMBs and Enterprises

Guide to Business-Class Cloud Backup Addresses Security, Deployment, Data Location and Cost
TORONTO – December 15, 2011 – Asigra Inc., a leading Cloud Backup™, Recovery and Restore (BURR) software provider since 1986, today announced availability of its new downloadable guide titled, “What You Need to Know About Cloud Backup: Your Guide to Cost, Security and Flexibility.” The no-charge educational resource answers the most commonly asked questions by IT professionals on the application of cloud-based backup in a business environment.
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Asigra Introduces First Enterprise Cloud Backup Solution to Protect Global Digital Footprint with Da

Latest Generation Cloud Backup Platform (v11) Also Extends Consumer Support and Delivers up to 400 Percent Greater Performance to Meet Aggressive Backup Windows
TORONTO – June 7, 2011 – Asigra Inc., a leading Cloud Backup™, recovery and restore (BURR) software provider since 1986, today announced the launch of Asigra Cloud Backup v11 with Cloud BURR industry firsts including data protection of handheld devices, including tablets and smartphones; the first multi-tenanted client to dramatically reduce management resources; and the industry’s most automated cloud license server. The new software is the first enterprise-class cloud backup platform to protect the entire digital footprint (storage, servers, desktops, and laptops on the enterprise LAN as well as remote tablets, smartphones, and laptops), provide data Recovery and Restore Assurance (R2A) for consumers, and establish new performance benchmarks. [Read More...]

Data Protection Vendor Unitrends Revives Hospital’s IT Infrastructure When Backup Exec and ARCserve

Rappahannock replaces confusing and unreliable backup software with Unitrends backup appliances COLUMBIA, S.C., September 15, 2010 – Unitrends, the leading provider in integrated and scalable backup solutions, today announced that Rappahannock General Hospital terminated its use of Backup Exec and ARCserve in favor of Unitrends backup appliances for an instant improvement in backup, archiving and disaster recovery usability, reliability and performance.  Prior to deploying Unitrends’ solution, Virginia’s Rappahannock General Hospital had two tape-based backup software products, Backup Exec and ARCserve, which were necessary to protect their single information technology infrastructure.  “The two backup software products were very confusing to use and were not helping me do my job in securing data,” David Glosser, IS Engineer, Rappahannock General Hospital, said. [Read More...]
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