R1Soft’s Server Backup Manager 5.8 with Recent Enhancements Demonstrated at cPanel Conference – September 29 – October 1, 2014 – Houston, Texas
HOUSTON – Sept. 22, 2014 – R1Soft®, creator of the R1Soft Server Backup Manager (SBM) product line,is demonstrating SBM 5.8 at the cPanel Conference, Monday, September 29 – Wednesday, October 1, 2014 in Houston, Texas. Recognized as the leading commercial backup software for Web hosting providers, R1Soft SBM has been deployed by more than 2,500 cloud infrastructure providers and protects more than 300,000 servers worldwide. cPanel, Inc. is a leading innovator and developer of control panel software for the web hosting industry.
WHAT: R1Soft at cPanel Conference 2014 – Demonstrations of Server Backup Manager (SBM) 5.8
WHEN: Monday, September – Wednesday, October 1, 2014
WHERE: Westin Galleria, 5060 West Alabama Street, Houston, Texas
R1Soft is renowned worldwide for its fast, scalable and affordable server backup software for both Windows® and Linux® platforms in private and public clouds. The latest SBM product enhancements announced in August include Amazon Glacier support for offsite storage of Disk Safe replicas, UEFI/GPT support/Backup and BMR UEFI/GPT partitions, XFS bare metal recovery support and API enhancements.
R1Soft was purchased by Continuum®, the industry's only channel-exclusive provider of fully integrated managed IT services solutions, in August 2014.
For more information on the cPanel Conference, visit conference.cpanel.net.
Based in Houston, Texas, R1Soft is recognized as the leading commercial backup software for Web hosting providers. Known as the fastest, most scalable, yet affordable server backup software for both Windows® and Linux® platforms in private and public clouds, R1Soft’s Server Backup Manager (SBM) utilizes Continuous Data Protection™ technology, and is deployed by nearly 1,800 Web hosting providers and protects nearly 250,000 servers worldwide. For more information, visit: http://www.r1soft.com/ or follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter @R1Soft.