January 14, 2004
VaultLogix, the industry’s premier Internet Vaulting Provider (IVP), announced today that it has released client software functionality running on a Linux-based operating system. This new service will provide a more comprehensive solution to protect businesses’ most critical data.
“We are pleased to announce this new vaulting option for our customers. The new Linux software enhancement will provide our customers with added service availability,” says Tim Hannibal, President & CEO of VaultLogix. “This software is another way of strengthening our technology and our solution, making VaultLogix unique to the industry.” VaultLogix specializes in offsite data backup for businesses searching for affordable and efficient data protection. The company’s customized products protect critical business data by transporting it in encrypted form to a secure, online data vault. VaultLogix’s fully redundant data vault allows for restorations 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
“We are very excited to be able to offer our Internet Vaulting products within non-Windows environments,” said Charles Hausmann, Chief Technical Officer for Vaultlogix. “the timing of this enhancement is on track with the ever increasing utilization of Linux in the corporate environment.”
VaultLogix’s customized product offerings protect critical business data by transporting it in encrypted form to a secure, online data vault. The company’s fully redundant data center allows for restorations 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Off-site data protection provides peace of mind by creating, maintaining, and protecting a redundant copy of businesses’ valuable information.