Servers Australia Web Hosting Deploys R1Soft Data Protection

Web Hosting Servers Australia Deploys R1Soft Data Protection

Web Hosting Servers Australia Deploys R1Soft Data Protection

Greatresponder.com – 2011-06-28 – Web hosting company Servers Australia announced few days ago that it has launched well known backup solution from R1Soft. This software solution provides exclusive backup and disaster recovery.

According to the Servers Australia press release, web hosting company will offer CDP backups for all dedicated server and virtual private server clients no matter if its fully managed or self managed service.

Servers Australia web hosting company says it can protect Windows or Linux and physical or virtual dedicated servers with CDP’s cross-platform capabilities. It also provides reliable data protection for MySQL service.

“In the web hosting industry, R1Soft is a well known and very trusted name, which helps put our clients at ease,” Jared Hirst, chief information officer for Servers Australia said in a statement. “On top of that, we did our own internal testing to confirm that their CDP software definitely lives up to its claims. R1Soft offers a solution that is reliable and affordable at the same time.”

Servers Australia has also deployed R1Soft’s Bare Metal Restore feature to quickly recovery the complete server file system. The company believe that it will reduce current restore times by half, which means less downtime for clients in the event of a server problem.

“R1Soft is very excited to have one of Australia’s leading web hosting providers of dedicated servers as a partner, and we expect this partnership to help Servers Australia company propel its business even further” stated Domingo Martinez, global marketing manager for R1Soft, a division of BBS Technologies. “By offering R1Soft backups, Servers Australia web hosting sends a noticeably message that the data protection needs of its clients are of paramount importance. That type of message really resonates with both current and prospective customers.”

Last week, Australian web hosting company and domain registrar Distribute.IT suffered serious attack from hackers that caused the company to move customers to other hosting providers.