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StorageCraft launches APAC promotion

StorageCraft launches APAC promotion

Promotion running until March 31

Real-time recovery solutions provider StorageCraft has launched a promotion in the Asia Pacific region to get more customers signing up for ShadowProtect Granular Recovery For Exchange (GRE).

Until March 31, the solution is available in New Zealand for $525.35 for the SBS edition, and $658.35 for the server edition licence with up to 250 mailboxes, or $1,190 for up to 500 mailboxes. All of these include 12 months maintenance, exclude GST and can be stacked for larger environments, the company says.

“Our promotional package is designed to help any business overcome the challenge of backing up, restoring, searching and migrating their Exchange database. GRE provides a turnkey solution for SBS servers, physical or virtual Exchange servers by eliminating the complexity of searching for mail items and then restoring them back to the user. With just a few mouse clicks, mail items, mailboxes or even an entire mailstore can be moved or recovered by simply dragging and dropping,” says Greg Wyman, StorageCraft’s VP for the Asia Pacific region.


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