|PHD Virtual Backup v6.0|
|Wednesday, 26 September 2012 17:10|
PHD Virtual Technologies recently released PHD Virtual Backup v6.0 at VMworld.
This latest version builds on unique, patented virtual appliance architecture to deliver a powerful, feature-filled, easy to use backup solution for virtual servers at a fraction of the cost of competitive alternatives. Designed from the ground up as an exclusively virtual solution for the virtual environment, additional functionality in PHD Virtual Backup v6.0 includes:
Make any application available as quickly as possible in the event of a failure. PHD Instant Recovery gets you back up and running in less than 3 minutes.
Extending the flexibility of PHD Virtual Backup, full/incremental mode is ideal for organizations leveraging third party tools to copy backup files to the Cloud, or Tape, or those utilizing a hardware deduplication appliance or CIFS as a backup target.
Take an application aware backup for any application every time. Maintain full confidence that backups of your mission critical applications will complete without fail.
Consume fewer resources and take advantage of unprecedented flexibility with enhanced file recovery.
“Set it and Forget it” backup management with daily, easy to read, HTML emails detailing backup jobs.
Enhance security with built-in encryption and meet compliance requirements with customizable security certificates.
Simplify and streamline backup infrastructure management even further with new VBA Tools like Health Monitor.
How does PHD Virtual Backup v6.0 deliver value compared to other backup products? The main points are listed below although there are more!
PHD Virtual costs up to 40% less than its competitors while delivering product value to rival any other vendor!
For more information on PHD Virtual Backup 6.0 please go to http://PHDVirtual.com
|Last Updated on Saturday, 29 September 2012 11:13|
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