NovaStor Launches the Updated Version of NovaBACKUP
AGOURA HILLS, CA: Organizations are rambling for new solutions that can store and protect their data. To help small companies in protecting data in a pocket-friendly way, NovaStor, provider of backup solutions, has launched the updated version of NOVABACKUP to 17.2, which adds support for the backup and restore of virtual machines running under VMware 6, to the NovaBACKUP Business Essentials product.
NOVABACKUP 17.2 supports Windows 10 and has cloud backup protection as well as health monitoring. The company has made enhancements for cloud backup to Amazon S3, included support for OneDrive for Windows 10 users and advanced image backup and restore engine.
The important features of the updated version includes new self-diagnostic technology that allows better health monitoring for more reliable data protection; Simplified Backup and restore for Microsoft SQL and Exchange that provides more reliable data protection. The new version also fixes bugs and has setup assistance that contains remote installation, configuration, and setup of first backup job.
“Our remote Setup Assistance remains popular with both users and technology partners, as an excellent way to minimize the time spent configuring and managing backup jobs. Continually refining our products to be convenient in the small business environments further speaks to our claim of being Backup for the Rest of Us,” says Mike Andrew, MD of NovaStor.
Likewise, other highlights of NOVABACKUP 17.2 are physical and virtual machine backups, protection of critical business applications, secured 256-bit AES encryption, a single mailbox restore for Exchange, single file restore for Virtual machines, fast and streamlined installation, improved boot disk creation, one-st`ep email notifications and real-time reporting.
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