(The Hosting News) – Unitrends, the leading provider in integrated and scalable backup, archive, and disaster recovery solutions today announced Backup Exec’s former customer, Air Zoo, switched its backup provider to Unitrends’ accurate and affordable solution.
While using Backup Exec, the Air Zoo, one of the leading aviation museums in the country, had major issues with unreliable tape backup and recovery, a crowded backup window and difficulty testing restores. The Air Zoo’s conversion to Unitrends solution allowed the aviation museum to unify its old backup systems into one integrated and reliable Unitrends backup solution.
“It was amazing how much relief I experienced,” Al Hollaway, the Air Zoo’s Information Executive, said. “Unitrends Recovery-710 has run flawlessly from day one and has never missed a beat. The amount of time that I was spending dealing with backup issues has gone to zero, and the backups just happen by themselves.”
“Unitrends all-in-one backup, archiving, and disaster recovery appliances provides the lowest total cost of ownership in the industry,” Dr. Mark Campbell, Chief Operating Officer, Unitrends, said. “Our ‘No Limits’ licensing was expressly designed to not impose a ‘backup tax’ on our customer’s growth; we’re pleased with our acceleration in the market as more customers seek to get more bang for their backup buck.”
The Air Zoo implemented Unitrends backup appliance to protect its entire IT infrastructure – from file and print servers to Microsoft Exchange and SQL servers. The web 2.0 single pane of glass interface and comprehensive support of heterogeneous environments were major considerations when Air Zoo decided to eliminate Backup Exec in favor of Unitrends’ all-in-one backup solution.