SonaSafe Software Offers Disaster Recovery and High Availability for Microsoft Exchange and SQL Servers

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<p><strong>San Jose, Calif.</strong><br />Sonasoft Corp. announces several customer success stories using their new SonaSafe Point-Click Recovery software for Microsoft Exchange and SQL Servers. Customers in logistics industry are getting affordable and reliable high availability and disaster recovery protection using Sonasoft software.<br /><br />Companies in the logistics industry use Microsoft products extensively. Microsoft Exchange, SQL and Windows servers are being increasingly used for corporate communication, for storing data and documents. Microsoft has closely worked with its partners to develop leading edge software products and solutions for the banking sector. Leading companies such as JAS Forwarding (U.K.) Ltd, Bourque Data Systems, Impact Mailing & Fulfillment, Index Gift Imports and many more organizations have successfully deployed Sonasoft products to protect them from potential disasters.<br /><br />"After we installed the software on our servers, the results have been phenomenal. With minimal maintenance, I am able to keep both primary site and disaster recovery sites up and synchronized. Furthermore, with the 80 to 90 percent compression rate, our SAN devices where the backup files are stored are not filling up as quickly. I highly recommend this product" Matthew Drago, IT manager at Bourque Data Systems.<br /><br />Key benefits for customers:</p><ul><li>Achieve integrated backup/recovery and replication capability.</li><li>Get affordable, easy-to-use high availability and disaster recovery capability.</li><li>Reduce storage costs by up to 95 percent high-speed compression.</li><li>Meet regulatory compliance requirements like Sarbanes Oxley, HIPAA, etc.</li><li>Protect data with minimal impact on your network infrastructure.</li><li>Manage backup and recovery remotely on multiple servers.</li></ul><p> </p>

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