Biotech firm replaces tape with Asigra Biotechnology company Morphotek Inc. uses Asigra's software for disaster recovery and business continuity through outsourcer Recovery Networks, the companies announced. The Recovery Networks service uses Asigra Televaulting software, rebranded as Recovery Networks BackupNet software to do data backup and recovery via the Internet. Morphotek also uses Asigra's WAN optimization features such as file deduplication, incremental backups and compression. Data is encrypted in-flight.
Tacit and Softricity
partner on WAN optimization WAN optimization provider Tacit Networks, and desktop virtualization and application management startup Softricity announced that they have certified a joint product that gives branch office users access to centralized, consolidated Windows application repositories via the WAN at LAN speeds. This offering combines the Softricity Desktop, which turns Windows applications into centrally managed virtualized services that are securely delivered to desktops, laptops and servers on demand, with Tacit Networks' Ishared application acceleration. Tacit Networks and Softricity have also agreed to joint sales and marketing, cooperative support and certified interoperability.
SafeData partners with EVault Remote backup outsourcer SafeData LLC announced it will use EVault Inc.'s Internet-based backup software as part of its SafeData disaster recovery service. When clients suffer data loss or disaster, EVault automatically sends the client's data to SafeData's Medford, Mass., data center where the data are loaded onto a secure server. The clients are then able to immediately access their data through a virtual private networkuntil their own servers are operational again.