Asigra Inc., the technology leader in agentless backup and recovery software for enterprises and service providers targeting the growing managed storage services market, today announced that its award-winning Televaulting technology supports Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 and Windows SharePoint Services 3.0. Now, enterprises can protect SharePoint data across distributed sites while managed service providers (MSPs) can offer a backup service that covers the most comprehensive array of platforms and applications on the market.
More and more companies of every size are turning to Microsoft SharePoint technologies for collaboration, workflow, and document management. Consequently they are creating critical business data on servers that need to be protected to the same high level as their Exchange servers. Asigra extends object-level restore capabilities of whole sites, databases, individual documents, calendars and more across distributed computing environments.
“Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 is fast becoming a major platform for sharing information within enterprises worldwide,” said Eran Farajun, executive vice president of Asigra. “Our support of SharePoint will allow IT administrators to get more out of their backup and restore capabilities while giving them more time to do value-added work. Our SharePoint functionality will create opportunities for MSPs to deliver backup and restore solutions to a previously under-served marketplace.”
About Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007
Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 is an integrated suite of server capabilities that can help improve organizational effectiveness by providing comprehensive content management and enterprise search, accelerating shared business processes, and facilitating information-sharing across boundaries for better business insight. Office SharePoint Server 2007 supports all intranet, extranet, and Web applications across an enterprise within one integrated platform, instead of relying on separate fragmented systems. Additionally, this collaboration and content management server provides IT professionals and developers with the platform and tools they need for server administration, application extensibility, and interoperability.
About Asigra Televaulting
Asigra Televaulting is agentless, multi-site backup/recovery software that combines utility service provisioning with a disk-based WAN-optimized architecture to overcome the limitations of traditional distributed-backup software. Televaulting’s simple, reliable and affordable multi-site backup and recovery consolidates ROBO backups to a central datacenter. With Asigra’s automated backup, IT management is not required as the entire process is administered centrally. With support for 64-bit environments, organizations using Televaulting will reduce network traffic loads, thereby reducing time and hardware requirements for enterprise-wide backup. This disk-based backup solution provides more affordable, scalable, reliable, secure and manageable backup than available with conventional backup products.
Asigra is the award-winning leader in remote office/branch office (ROBO) online backup and recovery software for managed backup service providers and enterprises. The company’s flagship product, Televaulting, is used by global enterprises in the financial, insurance, legal, government, healthcare, and retail industries with more than four petabytes of data protected. Asigra technology is used by hundreds of service providers worldwide that offer managed backup services to companies ranging from small and medium businesses (SMBs) to Global 2000 enterprises. The agentless remote site backup and recovery solution provides simple, centralized management of the data protection process while eliminating the capital and operational expenses associated with agent-based solutions. Founded in 1986, Asigra is headquartered in Toronto, Canada, with partner offices around the world.
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