TORONTO – January 25, 2011 – Asigra Inc., a leading cloud backup and recovery software provider since 1986, today announced that its Asigra Cloud Backup v10 has been named a finalist in the “backup and disaster recovery (DR) software and services” category of the 2010 Enterprise Data Storage Product of the Year awards program presented by Storage magazine and SearchStorage.com. The backup and disaster (DR) software and services category includes backup, recovery, disaster recovery (DR), snapshot, replication, electronic vaulting and archiver solutions.
“Asigra has been around long enough to be considered a pioneer of cloud backup,” said the editors of Storage magazine and SearchStorage.com. “Its latest product, Asigra Cloud Backup v10, adds mobile device support, tiered recovery and can be deployed as a virtual appliance. The Asigra software is used by both service providers and enterprises.”
In its eighth year, the Storage Magazine/SearchStorage.com Product of the Year Awards recognizes the greatest achievements in enterprise storage innovation. The editorial staff of Storage Magazine and SearchStorage.com selected 43 finalists in a range of categories out of approximately 200 entries. Finalists in the competition are distinguished by their innovation, value and capabilities. Three winners -- gold, silver and bronze -- will be announced in each category in the February issue of Storage Magazine.
"It is an honor to be placed among the finalists for the 2010 Enterprise Data Storage Product of the Year awards,” said Ashar Baig, senior director of product marketing, Asigra. “Asigra provides a common, unified view of the backup environments and comprehensive protection for both local and distributed locations. However, it’s the value that the simplicity our solution brings to companies of any size that sets us apart. Now any company can realize the advantages of cloud backup with the enterprise-class features that businesses require.”
For more information about the Storage Magazine/SearchStorage.com 2010 Product of the Year awards and a complete list of finalists, visit: http://searchstorage.techtarget.com/generic/0,295582,sid5_gci1525950,00.html
About Asigra Cloud Backup v10
Asigra's agentless design works with any virtual machine architecture and is better suited for virtual backup than agent-based solutions, thus eliminating application disruption or downtime during implementation or upgrades. The Asigra solution also eliminates security risks cased by open ports in the firewall and wastes no server resources on agent software. Autonomic healing and recovery validation functions constantly monitor and repair backup files, eliminating data corruption as a serious issue. Asigra Cloud Backup also offers enterprises backup and storage efficiencies unavailable with traditional backup architectures by allowing users to capture, ingest, and store less data. These efficiencies reduce the amount of backup software cycles and storage hardware required to deploy and maintain high levels of data protection.
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Asigra transforms the way businesses manage and protect their data by delivering market leading cloud backup solutions that seamlessly and efficiently manage, scale and deliver data protection services. Asigra Cloud Backup™ is built for new and existing MSPs/VARs who focus on data protection, IT constrained organizations, and industries with compliance mandates that are looking to improve their backup with a secure, reliable and predictable data protection cloud backup model. With 25 years of experience as backup/recovery pioneers, Asigra technology protects more than 100,000 sites globally ranging from the Global 100 to SMBs. Asigra manages one of the largest business-class backup service provider networks in the world who power their cloud backup services using Asigra technology. Asigra is headquartered in Toronto, Canada, with offices globally. For more information, visit www.asigra.com.
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Publish Date: January 25, 2011 12:51 PM