New Unitrends Software Release Supports Microsoft Exchange Server 2010

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Unitrends disk-based data protection appliances offer comprehensive recovery and granular search and restore capabilities for Exchange 2010.

Microsoft Exchange is one of the most critical business applications for most small and medium businesses

Unitrends, , the leader in affordable, heterogeneous disk-based data protection appliances, today announced support for Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. Unitrends’ D2D (disk-to-disk) based data protection appliances use a common backup and recovery engine that supports more than 40 versions of operating systems and applications, now including Exchange 2010.

“We’re pleased that we can be among the first to release Exchange Server 2010 support,” said Ken Smith, Unitrends’ technical lead for the new VSS-based Microsoft Exchange agent. Sameer Kamat, the director of engineering for Unitrends added, “We appreciate the support of our many beta customers that helped us ensure that we have a high-quality product from day one.”

“Microsoft Exchange is one of the most critical business applications for most small and medium businesses,” said Mark Campbell, chief operating officer, Unitrends. “That is why we delivered on our support commitment for Exchange 2010 very early on. Our appliances are designed from the ground up for cost-effective, easy to manage backup and recovery and with our focus on heterogeneous support customers can be assured that their data is always protected with Unitrends, regardless of the platform it runs on.”

Exchange 2010 support is included in Unitrends’ Release 4.2, which is available today for all existing customers via an upgrade and is installed on all new appliances beginning today. The support of Exchange 2010 is provided via its Rapid Recovery Console™, a powerful yet intuitive graphical user interface that simplifies backup management and cuts administrative time. It provides “single pane of glass” view into multiple unit monitoring, and management of both Unitrends’ on-premise and off-premise data protection appliances for business continuity and disaster recovery. Through this one window, users can view the entire set of appliances, capabilities and software functions that deliver true business systems continuity protection.

The new Unitrends Version 4.2, and its support for Microsoft Exchange 2010 Server, is available now for all Unitrends recovery appliances. There is no charge for the additional operating system support for existing Unitrends customers. For more information, please visit:

About Unitrends
Small and medium businesses have the same critical reliance on the integrity of their data as enterprises, but often can’t afford the operational expenditure of a dedicated staff or the capital expenditure of replacing their IT infrastructure. Unitrends provides enterprise-level data protection, at the lowest total cost of ownership in the industry, through a family of scalable disk-based data protection appliances that integrate and protect existing heterogeneous computer and storage systems through a single, intuitive, graphical user interface.

Unitrends uses a common backup and recovery engine for providing protection for over 40 different versions of operating systems and applications. This means you can support Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft SQL, Microsoft Hyper-V, VMware, Sun Solaris, Novell OES, Novell Netware, Novell GroupWise, Novell eDirectory, Linux, FreeBSD, Apple MacOS X, IBM pSeries/AIX, HP HP-UX, SCO UnixWare, SCO OpenServer, IBM iSeries/OS400, and SGI IRIX on notebooks, PCs, workstations, and servers and on DAS, NAS, or SAN storage.

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