Peer Software Releases Peer-ISR Server Edition, Providing Immediate “One Step” Disaster Recovery

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Peer-ISR Server Edition assures continuous server uptime through one-step recovery from critical file corruptions, virus attacks, or any other system or application software failure.

Peer Software, Inc., a global provider of enterprise-grade file and network management solutions for hundreds of Fortune 500 companies and government agencies, announces the release of Peer-ISR Server Edition, a disaster recovery solution that simplifies server uptime through a one-step recovery from server failure.. The software provides ongoing and transparent protection by creating live “point in time” snapshots of live server environments on an ad-hoc or scheduled basis.. Additionally, Peer-ISR Server Edition provides a “data anchoring” feature that allows you to keep server data locked down no matter which server environment snapshot you select to boot from.

“Peer-ISR Server Edition reaffirms our commitment to setting new standards in enterprise-grade file synchronization, replication, and continuous backup,” said Paul Marsala, President of Peer Software. “Peer-ISR helps protect an enterprise’s ‘nerve center’ – servers across the entire operating environment – from ongoing and ever-changing threats and inevitable system failure. Indeed, organizations ought to view it as another necessary layer of protection, as intrinsic and as critical as updated virus and spyware software*. Peer-ISR offers the four things our enterprise customers want most: simplicity, transparency, reliability and instantaneous recovery to assure seamless business continuity.”

  • Peer-ISR is fully compatible with all anti-virus, spyware, and traditional server backup applications and currently available for Microsoft Server Platforms.

Features At-a-Glance

  •      Simple 1-step "Hot Key" system recovery from a pre-stored snapshot.
  •     Perfect point-in-time snapshots while the system is live.
  •     Scheduled or manual updates of snapshots are differential.
  •     Data Anchoring feature provides up-to-date access to all anchored data files regardless of the snapshot booted.
  •     Archive Snapshot for offsite storage.
  •     Freeze the system at each boot.
  •     Simple Remote management.

Peer-ISR Server Edition runs under Windows 2000 Professional, Windows XP Home or Professional. It requires a minimum of 128 MB of RAM (256 MB recommended) and requires 6 MB of hard disk space for the application (additional space required for snapshots will vary).

Peer-ISR is listed at $449 per copy (per server). The Workstation version is available for $49 per copy, requiring a minimum purchase of five copies.

About Peer Software

Peer Software develops powerful, cost-effective and easy-to-use file and network management software allowing organizations to seamlessly, efficiently and reliably protect their digital assets. The company’s flagship PeerSync software offers enterprise wide data protection (backup, synchronization, replication and data distribution), and is designed for servers and workstations. Close to half of current Fortune 100 companies entrust critical file management to Peer software. Customers include the Department of Justice, Fannie Mae, Microsoft, Boeing, Intel, American Express, Hewlett Packard, and more. The company’s software products are available online at http://www.peersoftware.com, via other online channels, and through resellers in the U.S. and abroad. Founded in 1993, the company is privately held.

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