DynamicRestore is being launched as part of the new Attix5 Dynamic product, which incorporates the features and benefits of the company's current Attix5 Pro solution combined with the new DynamicRestore technology.
The innovative patent-pending business continuity and recovery technology, gives service providers the ability to offer a managed, multi-tenant, Cloud-based recovery solution to their end-users. DynamicRestore enables businesses to get their operations back up and running within minutes rather than days, reducing recovery time and saving businesses from economic failure. Flexible, time efficient and cost effective, no additional hardware or storage is required and backed-up data can be accessed from any location.
Speaking at the event,
To find out more about DynamicRestore, watch this video interview: youtu.be/V1SLA2UACWY. For more information about Attix5, please visit the website: www.attix5.com.
Since its inception in 1999, Attix5 has grown from strength to strength. At its core is a passion for developing world-class data protection software that provides absolute peace of mind to listed Enterprises and SMEs all over the world. The release of its latest offering, Attix5 Dynamic, has firmly placed Attix5 amongst the leaders in the field of data protection and Cloud solutions. The irony of the hype surrounding the Cloud is not lost on Attix5 as the product that it started development on in 1999 has always been Cloud-enabled. Its focus will remain on Security, Virtualization and the Cloud. This, combined with its de-duplication technology, and the fact that it uses FIPS-compliant Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) encryption for security, ensures that Attix5 can be trusted to provide world-class solutions to its clients.
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