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Carbonite Server Advanced and New Appliance Lineup Bring Image Backup and Bare Metal Recovery to Small and Midsize Businesses
BOSTON, MA – Oct. 14, 2015 — /BackupReview.info/ — Carbonite, Inc. (NASDAQ:CARB), a leading provider of cloud and hybrid business continuity solutions for small and midsize businesses (SMBs), today announced an enhanced portfolio of software and hardware disaster recovery solutions featuring server image backup and bare metal recovery. Included in the new disaster recovery portfolio are five new backup appliances ranging in size from four to eight terabytes, and a new version of Carbonite Server Backup – Carbonite Server Advanced. With multiple form factors, including software-only, hybrid solutions and all-in-one mini-towers and rack-mounts, Carbonite’s new disaster recovery solutions provide the ultimate flexibility for small and midsized businesses.
“The average cost of an hour of downtime for an SMB ranges from $8,220 to $25,600 and without bare metal recovery, it can take well over 24 hours to restore an operating system, reinstall programs and recover data,” said Laura DuBois, Program Vice President Storage, eDiscovery and IG at IDC. “Three-quarters of SMBs cite the threat of downtime as the biggest driver for business continuity solutions, so it is critical that vendors such as Carbonite provide solutions that enable small businesses to get back up and running quickly, at a price they can afford.”
Carbonite’s portfolio of disaster recovery solutions gives SMBs access to powerful, scalable solutions allowing them to maintain operations at near-continuous levels without the added complexity and expense of enterprise solutions. Carbonite Server Advanced provides small businesses with even more options to recover their data from disasters of all kinds. Powerful image backup protects a server’s operating system, settings, applications and files to enable bare metal recovery, even to dissimilar hardware, while granular database backup ensures operational databases such as SQL and Exchange have their own backup schedules, retention policies and customization settings to optimize the restore process. With on-site data recovery and automatic cloud integration, the Carbonite Backup Appliance offers an all-in-one backup solution, providing both cloud and local backup, to protect and restore data under any condition.
“Small businesses need to restore their data as quickly as possible, without a lot of manual process or complexity,” said David Raissipour, SVP of Engineering, Carbonite. “Carbonite’s disaster recovery solutions provide bare metal recovery that will quickly restore a server to its original state, even to dissimilar hardware. With options that include granular database backup, separate local and cloud retention policies, and control over scheduling, we’re providing small businesses with a complete solution that ensures their critical data is safe from disaster, security threats and human error.”
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To learn more about Carbonite’s disaster recovery solution portfolio, please visit www.carbonite.com/en/cloud-backup/business-solutions/disaster-recovery
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