Asigra Breakthrough Version 13 of Cloud Backup to Recover Data in Cloud
FREMONT, CA: Asigra’s Cloud Backup, a recovery software platform in its version 13 has added a new feature of recovery and backup for data created in cloud.
Earlier Asigra Cloud Backup used to protect data in desktop, storage, physical and virtual server of any company. Recently its new version 13 has supplemented protection of data created in cloud especially for organizations that depend on cloud-based applications. However cloud application providers usually are not liable to restore deleted or corrupt data of users, this technology is need of the hour for them.
Recoveries on the other hand are a multi layered cumbersome task, therefore now Asigra will provide platform to secure all corporate data in a single archive. Users can also choose to create frequent and minute data backups they need and it automatically restores functions to propagate data created in the cloud. They can get all data backup even if their SaaS and PaaS services have crossed its validity period.
This latest version can give backup to a service provider cloud or bring the data in house for Google apps, Office 365 - a service which allows users to use Microsoft apps on Windows and OS X and provides storage space on Microsoft’s cloud storage service OneDrive and Salesforce.com, a global cloud computing company known for its CRM products. The backup data from these apps can be integrated with backup data enterprise and can be stored internally and off-site for disaster recovery.
The software can be installed locally for private cloud backup or accessed by cloud backup service providers. Its pricing is based on deployment configuration and amount of data protected. The organizations who deploy this software can store all data in secure and encrypted forms to prevent unauthorized users to get access of the backup information.
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