May 10, 2004
VaultLogix, the industry’s premier Internet Vaulting Provider (IVP), announced today that it has released Oracle on Linux service availability. This new service will provide a more comprehensive solution for data protection, as well as a unique differentiator in the online backup market.
“Oracle on Linux will have a tremendous impact on dozens of our customers by providing them with additional options for service availability,” says Tim Hannibal, President & CEO of VaultLogix. “We view this approach as another way to strengthen our technology and offer a solution that is unsurpassed in 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.
“Oracle is one of the most popular database applications running on Linux today,” 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 its compressed and encrypted form to a secure, offsite data vault. The company’s data center allows for restorations 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Off-site data protection provides peace of mind by maintaining and protecting a redundant copy of businesses’ valuable information.