GFI release SMB back up solution
GFI Backup 2010 - Business Edition designed to make back up easier
GFI has launched a new back up solution for small to medium enterprises. GFI Backup 2010 - Business Edition, has been designed to allow administrators to conduct a single backup/restore task, and apply it across the whole network.
The software can be administered from a single web-based administration console, and includes comprehensive backup, restore and synchronization functionality. It supports most common hardware storage devices including internal or external hard disks, LANs, tape drives, NAS as well as remote locations using FTP with upload auto-resume, and includes military-strength 256-bit AES strong encryption.
"Every IT administrator knows how important data backups are but many businesses are still reluctant to create network backups because they are often considered complex, time-consuming and expensive largely because of the traditional way backup solutions work. This is not so with GFI Backup. We have also focused heavily on the restore functionality. People back data up every day but will restore only once. Therefore, the restore process has to be reliable, efficient, fast and devoid of any complexity or dependence on the backup product," Walter Scott, GFI's CEO said.
"The business edition of GFI Backup has been designed from the ground up with the busy administrator in mind, allowing them to create, assign, manage, analyze and run backup/restore tasks even remotely. This new solution addresses many of the concerns that IT administrators voice when looking at backup solutions such as vendor lock-in, complex licensing and the inability to create a single backup or restore task that can be applied network-wide. GFI Backup is cost-effective, fast and makes the whole backup/restore operation a much simpler task," Scott added.