Backup, recovery, and continuity innovator QuorumLabs has announced the latest iteration of its flagship product.
The latest release of the disaster recovery solution, QuorumLabs version 3.2SP1, features Windows Share Restore for point-in-time recovery of shared network files in a Windows folder interface. In addition, it enables SMBs to restore email in minutes from a Microsoft Exchange mail store or a SharePoint database. The latest addition also offers the Kroll Ontrack email recovery system free to existing customers.
“The latest version of the QuorumLabs solution cuts the recovery time objective (RTO) for files and email down to minutes,” said Steve Bagby, QuorumLabs’ vice president of engineering. “Instead of wasting time backing up individual emails in addition to the entire datastore, administrators can back up the datastore and use our solution to drag and drop files and emails back to their local machines, restoring systems in minutes.”
Through Windows Share Restore, IT administrators can restore network files (as well as email messages and mailboxes) by clicking and dragging recovered files directly from the server archive repository onto their desktops. An addition to the existing QuorumLabs File Level Restore Method, Windows Share Restore enables IT administrators to mount the QuorumLabs solution from their PC like any file server, browsing and retrieving files directly from their QuorumLabs appliance or Archive Vault repository by mapping a share onto a Windows machine.
The solution takes a snapshot of servers, sends data to the repository and reconstitutes every node inside an all-in-one appliance or hybrid cloud solution. QuorumLabs automates both the disaster recovery process and, should systems fail, enables users to instantly recover lost systems and applications.
The QuorumLabs disaster recovery solution maintains up-to-date, ready-to-run virtual machine clones of critical systems that can run right on the onsite appliance or hybrid cloud solution. The system continuously builds new recovery nodes, performing incremental backups and automatically testing backup systems at user-set frequencies.