Unitrends Launches its 9.0 Beta to Power Physical and Virtual Data Protection
FREMONT, CA: Unitrends, a provider of physical, virtual and cloud-based protection and recovery software, launches its 9.0 Beta data protection software to provide complete enterprise data protection by extending recovery assurance to physical systems.
The key features of Unitrends 9.0 Beta include:
User-friendly UI: The new software provides a simple user interface (UI) to help both experienced and in-experienced users alike. It enables customers to quickly create a backup job, restore a full virtual machine (VM) and execute instant VM and file recovery right from the software's interactive dashboard. The easy to use UI eliminates the need for IT administrators to refer to a manual for operating the software. Its familiar and simple features boost productivity to help IT organizations in not only recovering data and systems but also saves their precious time to let them focus on other priorities.
Improving Customer Experience: Unitrends 9.0 Beta enables customers to have direct access to the Unitrends Customer Community from the software's main dashboard to interact directly with their peers and Unitrends support without having to exit out of the tool. By providing companies with continuous feedback on how customers are interacting with the software, it helps Unitrends to continuously improve the customer experience. It eliminates the complexity of backup and recovery without compromising performance to ensure customers that their heterogeneous, ever-evolving IT environments are always protected.
Recovery Assurance Technology: The new software is integrated with ReliableDR, a recovery assurance and disaster recovery automation software to provide organizations continuous proof that their physical, virtual and deep virtual environments will be restored within each application's recovery point objectives (RPOs) and recovery time objectives (RTOs). Using the software, organizations can add recovery assurance for Windows guest-level backups in addition to VMware vSphere and Microsoft Hyper-V applications.