CAMPBELL, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/24/13 -- Eversync, the leader in data protection solutions for the mid-market, today announced it has been rated as "Excellent" in the 2013 DCIG Virtual Server Backup Software Buyer's Guide. Eversync was ranked #4 out of 22 companies for its backup technology, achieving the highest ranking of all the mid-market backup software vendors. In this year's DCIG Buyer's Guide, Eversync beat out several competing vendors including Acronis, Dell AppAssure, Dell vRanger, PHD Virtual, and Veeam.
"Eversync made the biggest move up in this year's Buyer's Guide," said Jerome Wendt, president and lead analyst, DCIG. "As an up and coming software data protection vendor, Eversync made substantial improvements to its backup software over the past two years to better equip it to protect virtual environments. That investment clearly paid off."
The DCIG Buyer's Guide weighs, scores, and ranks more than 100 features for 22 different backup software solutions from 18 different backup software providers. Products are scored and then ranked based on their score. The cost of the backup software is not factored into the rankings, so mid-market solutions like Eversync's are judged against enterprise level solutions. The DCIG Buyer's Guide puts at the fingertips of organizations a comprehensive list of virtual server backup software solutions and what features they offer in the form of detailed, standardized data sheets that can assist them in this important buying decision. For more information, see DCIG's complete buyer's guide at http://www.dcig.com/2013/02/dcig-20913-vsbs-buyers-guide-available.html, and see DCIG's head to head report of mid-market companies at http://info.eversyncsolutions.com/eversync-rated-excellent.
"We are thrilled that our Virtual Backup Software has achieved this award and this ranking when judged among a very strong group of competitors," said Victor Perez, CEO, Eversync. "The Eversync Virtual Backup Software product is the first data protection solution to be available as a subscription-based software offering, giving customers a full-featured enterprise class solution that includes replication, deduplication, archiving, and instant restores, at a mid-market price."
Using Eversync's Virtual Backup Software that runs as a VMware virtual appliance, mid-market customers can protect their data and back up their physical servers, virtual servers, and applications. With a subscription price starting at less than $200 per month, Eversync's Virtual Backup Software gives customers the benefits of flexible, usage-based pricing for backup and replication now, as they prepare for future cloud deployments. There are no separate per-server, per-socket, or per-user fees. Eversync Virtual Backup Software is available in four packages, based on raw storage capacity for data protection.
DCIG analyzes software, hardware and services companies within the data storage industry. DCIG's target audiences includes C-level executives, IT managers, systems and storage engineers and architects, press/media, magazine and website editors, other bloggers, financial and technical analysts and cloud service providers.
Eversync gives peace of mind to its customers by protecting their data. The company's products combine enterprise-level disaster recovery, compliance and backup capabilities in a simple and affordable package that is purpose-built for mid-sized organizations. Eversync sells its products to a growing list of customers through an exclusive network of channel partners who are focused on mid-sized enterprises and virtualization. For more information, see www.eversyncsolutions.com.
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