Open Source Disaster Recovery and Backup for SMBs

Protecting data from theft or compromise is one major priority for businesses, but?without a strong backup and disaster recovery plan in place,?companies of any size are?still vulnerable to natural and man-made disasters. For?small business owners, the best solutions are often cost-prohibitive or too complex to be managed successfully without a dedicated IT team.?Enter Zmanda, an open source, cloudbased data backup company, which targets the SMB market with its affordable and manageable solution.

“Our mission is to bring down the cost of backup and disaster recovery dramatically,” said Chander Kant, Zmanda’s chief executive officer. “That’s in terms of both cost and complexity.”

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Thor Olavsrud
Thor Olavsrund is a journalist covering data analytics, security, infrastructure, and networking for CIO.com. He's especially interested in companies that use data to transform their business to tackle problems in innovative ways. As senior writer, his articles focus on practical insights, analysis, and business use cases that can help CIOs and other IT leaders navigate the shifting IT landscape.

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