Asigra to Showcase Cloud-Based Recovery License Model at NetApp Insight 2013

Backup Technology Innovator Features New Pricing Option to Cut Backup Costs from 40-70%
TORONTO – October 3, 2013 - Asigra Inc., a leading cloud backup, recovery and restore software provider since 1986 today announced it will highlight the company’s cloud-based data recovery software and industry’s first recovery-based pricing model for the backup industry at the NetApp Insight Americas conference held at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada, October 7-10, 2013.
NetApp Insight attendees are invited to stop by the Asigra booth. Event details are provided below:
WHO:   Asigra, Inc.
WHAT: Cloud-Based Data Recovery Showcase: Asigra Cloud Backup™ V12.2, Recovery License Model (RLM) and ROI Calculator
WHEN: October 7-10, 2013
WHERE: MGM Grand, Las Vegas, Nevada
Insight is NetApp's annual global technical conference dedicated to the company’s pre- and post-sales system engineers, professional services consultants, and channel partners, offering the opportunity to communicate timely technical topics and interact with product engineering and experts. Insight events provide early previews of next-generation solutions, as well as in-depth technical training to enable partners and employees to accelerate business breakthroughs with NetApp.
During this year’s event, Asigra will showcase its newest generation software, Asigra Cloud Backupv12.2. With the latest update, users now have the ability to extend their end-to-end backup solution to automatically protect Google Apps data automatically. By ensuring Google Apps data recovery in addition to data stored across physical, virtual and cloud environments, companies maintain access to important business information. All email, calendars, contacts, documents, and site-based data is recoverable in the event of data loss, with both local and remote recovery available. With version 12.2, Asigra ensures that Google Apps-based user data is no longer outside of corporate protection.
The company will also demonstrate the backup industry’s first and only recovery-based pricing model at NetApp Insight 2013. As the volume of data under protection increases, capacity-based backup software and service pricing rises at a rate that is not paired with the value of backup – data recovery. This has resulted in exceedingly high backup costs for a growing number of organizations. To address this, Asigra has introduced the Recovery License Model® (RLM), which is based on a low, limited recovery cost so that expenditures remain affordable even as data volumes rise. Those who adopt this fair pricing model can anticipate immediate savings of 40% and long term savings of up to 70%. The revolutionary model keeps backup and recovery costs under control over time, even with the trend of rapid data growth showing no signs of slowing down.
“We are bringing several new innovations to show attendees this year. In combination with NetApp, the Asigra Cloud Backup software platform provides a simple, single, adaptable, and flexible solution for end-to-end data protection to support physical, virtual and cloud computing environments,” said Doug Ko, Director, Strategic Alliances. “Combining technology, operations, revolutionary pricing options and go-to-market direction in one package, Asigra and NetApp are taking the lead in helping service providers become more agile and profitable while reducing the risk and cost of cloud backup service delivery.”
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