Druva Licenses Axcient Application Awareness Technology
Technology to Assist in Restoration of .PST Files
Mountain View, CA – August 27, 2015 – Axcient, the leader in cloud-based Recovery-as-a-Service (RaaS) today announced that Druva, the leader in converged data protection, has licensed its application-aware granular recovery technology for Microsoft Outlook. Axcient Granular Recovery technology will be leveraged by Druva’s inSync endpoint and cloud data protection solution, assisting in improving the understanding of Microsoft Outlook .PST files during the legal review process.
In an age when businesses are expected to be “always-on,” any prolonged service downtime is detrimental to productivity within a company. Whether it’s at a global enterprise with thousands of employees or a small business with remote offices, all need to have their core information systems running and available at all times. Axcient’s technology is designed to minimize downtime and keep systems and people running smoothly in case of an IT interruption, whether it be the loss of a laptop at the airport or major server failure in the data center. Axcient Granular Recovery is a key feature of Axcient’s platform that allows these organizations to protect and restore individual objects from popular applications such as Microsoft SQL Server and Microsoft Exchange from a single image snapshot.
Druva brings data center class availability and governance to the mobile workforce. Druva inSync transparently collects enterprise data across end-user devices and cloud services, including Office 365, to enable backup and recovery, archiving and data governance capabilities to address global data regulations and legal requirements. Axcient’s technology allows organizations to read and write granular objects including messages, contacts and calendar items both to and from PST files in both Windows and Linux environments without the aid of MAPI, a key and unique feature to Axcient.
“RaaS is no longer a luxury in business, it’s an absolute necessity,” said Todd Scallan, VP, Products and Engineering, Axcient. “At Axcient we have worked hard to provide the best, fastest and most flexible solutions for businesses of all sizes. We are excited for Druva to license our Microsoft Outlook file restoration technology.”
“As the #1-rated endpoint data protection by leading analysts, inSync is trusted by over 3,000 enterprises protecting more than 3 million endpoints,” said Scott Siragusa, VP Global Business Development & Channels, Druva. “Restoration of large .PST files has always been problematic. Axcient’s Granular Recovery technology offers yet another way for customers to improve their understanding of Microsoft Outlook files during this process.”
Druva is the leader in converged data protection, bringing data-center class availability and governance to the mobile workforce. With a single dashboard for backup, availability and governance, Druva’s award-winning solutions minimize network impact and are transparent to users. As the industry’s fastest growing data protection provider, Druva is trusted by over 3,000 global organizations on over 3 million devices. Learn more at www.druva.com and join the conversation at twitter.com/druvainc.
Axcient is the world’s first Business Recovery Cloud, a solution that eliminates data loss, keeps applications up and running, and ensures that IT operations never go down. Companies use Axcient to replace legacy backup, server replication, disaster recovery and archiving products, with a single integrated platform that mirrors an entire business in the cloud. With Axcient’s Powerfully Simple Recovery Cloud you can restore data, failover applications, and virtualize servers or an entire office with a click. Thousands of businesses trust Axcient to keep their applications running and employees always productive. The company is headquartered in Mountain View, Calif.
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