StorageCraft Cracks the Code for Simple Plug-and-Play Business Continuity for SMBs

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According to a new press release, “StorageCraft®, whose mission is to protect all data and ensure its constant availability, today announced OneXafe® Solo™ 300, a radically simple, anytime, anywhere, cloud-based business continuity solution. OneXafe Solo 300 is a plug-and-play appliance which streams data directly to StorageCraft Cloud Services for business continuity. It provides enterprise-class protection and recovery at an SMB price point with the simplicity the segment requires. OneXafe Solo 300 extends the OneXafe family and makes best-in-class business continuity available to all market segments through a single technology stack. OneXafe Solo 300 provides cloud-based anytime, anywhere data backup, protection, and recovery for small business environments with zero upfront cost. With its simple, two-step deployment process, SMBs and MSPs can protect single tenant and multi-tenant environments within minutes. To deploy, users power on and assign Service Level Agreements (SLAs) and Recovery Time Objectives (RTOs).”

The release goes on, “OneXafe Solo 300 does not impose a limit on the number of machines it supports and backs up VMs, physical servers, desktops, and laptops. An organization’s entire business continuity setup is managed through a single pane of glass using StorageCraft OneSystem®. OneXafe Solo 300 continuously monitors the health and status of the data environment, including reporting and trending of storage capacity, remote replication, SLA-based data protection policies, and Recovery Point Objectives (RPOs). Through its seamless integration with StorageCraft Cloud Services, OneXafe Solo 300 customers will experience enterprise-class data protection, including StorageCraft VirtualBoot™. In the event of failure, including through a ransomware attack, they can instantly recover by virtualizing their machines or entire infrastructure into the cloud. Because StorageCraft Cloud Services provides an orchestrated one-click failover in the cloud, customers can quickly recover data, files, or their entire infrastructure with speed and simplicity.”

Read more at Business Wire.

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