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Published: 19 Oct 2012

Asigra offers volume-based pricing for its agentless remote backup application @exb At a Glance: Asigra Televaulting for Enterprises What it is: Distributed backup/recovery software. What it does: Automated, centralized backup of data residing at remote sites. Upside: Eliminates need for tape backup at each remote location. Downside: Requires the assembly of what amounts to an appliance at each location. New features: Compression, encryption, SRM functions and chargeback. Cost: Starts at $11,250, based on amount of data centrally stored. Available: Now. @exe Toronto-based Asigra Inc.'s Televaulting for Enterprises provides a centrally managed, distributed approach to backup that uses what amounts to an appliance at each remote location. The appliance--Asigra's DS-Client software loaded onto any Linux or Windows server--collects the data to be backed up from every system it can access, filters out redundant data, compresses and encrypts what remains, and sends it over a WAN to a central storage site. It can then be stored on disk and backed up to tape. Asigra... Access >>>

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