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B2Net joins managed service program

CommVault : 30 April, 2009  (Company News)
Simpana software to be supplied to UK customers as part of a managed service by B2Net, the first partner to join CommVault's EMEA partner network
B2net, an award winning vendor-independent storage integrator, has joined CommVault's Managed Service Provider Program, and selected Simpana software to provide UK customers with a Managed Service Provider (MSP) offering. B2net is the first company to join CommVault's program since the program's EMEA launch.

In response to recent customer demand for Utility Backup services, B2net began to explore data management software offerings that could meet this need. B2net selected CommVault Simpana software suite for its single platform approach and flexible billing model that allows B2net to bill for the service across the course of a contract.

The B2net Utility Backup service provides its customers a flexible and cost effective approach to local backup/restore concerns such as explosive data growth, regulatory compliance and disaster recovery.

The B2net service also provides both a local disk based backup target combined with daily replication of all backups to B2net's Secure Backup Vault. Enterprise class de-duplication and replication technology ensures that backup/restore times are minimised, and that the offsite replication is still possible even when low speed connections are in place.

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