GFI has launched a back-up system for businesses that backs up, restores and synchronises all files on the network.
GFI Backup 2010 Business Edition is aimed at small to medium sized firms and IT administrators who want single back-up/restore functionality that can be applied across the network.
The company said that the offering will save time because administrators will not have to create multiple back-up configurations.
Backup 2010 can back-up, restore and synchronise all files, including MSQL servers, and has a simple point-and-click user interface, the firm said.
The Business Edition uses Zip64 to compress and archive files, and all data is easily recoverable. GDI said that this offers an advantage over other solutions that use proprietary compression formats.
"The business edition of GFI Backup has been designed from the ground up with the busy administrator in mind, allowing them to create, assign, manage, analyse and run back-up/restore tasks even remotely," said GFI chief executive Walter Scott.
"This new solution addresses many of the concerns that IT administrators voice when looking at back-up solutions, such as vendor lock-in, complex licensing and the inability to create a single back-up or restore task that can be applied network-wide."
GFI Backup 2010 Business Edition is available now for £180 including VAT.
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