Bellows Free Academy Selects Arkeia Network Backup

July 2011
UNIX Update;Jul2011, Vol. 22 Issue 7, p2
Trade Publication
The article reports that Arkeia Software was chosen by Bellows Free Academy of Vermont as its supplier of network backup solutions. It notes that the Arkeia Network Backup solution will be used by the school district supervisory union to centrally manage the backup of remote locations and limit data loss via fast restores. The solution can be configured and operated using either the Web-based graphical user interface or command-line interface (CLI). It mentions that 800 physical and virtual machines are protected by one server.


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