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StorageNetworks Announces Enhanced Backup and Restore Software

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StorageNetworks, Inc. today announced the addition of new software that it said optimizes backup and restore environments for enterprise customers. The software is part of StorageNetworks(R) data storage management platform, which includes the STORos(SM) operating system, Virtual Storage Portal(SM) software, and STORvision(SM) software.

According to the company, this new software helps enterprises identify the inefficiencies and exposure that they typically experience within their backup environments. Specifically, the new software automates the labor-intensive tasks of accurately measuring backup success rates, assessing host and files system coverage, and calculating backup media requirements. The new software compliments StorageNetworks existing STORbackup services.

"Our new automation software helps enterprises perform data recovery audits and implement comprehensive data recovery strategies," stated Bill Miller, chief technical officer of StorageNetworks. "We are continuing to develop tools that automate backup and recovery and help customers create policies that safeguard their critical data. Coupled with our STORbackup managed services, our software is key to an effective data protection and recovery strategy."

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