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StorageCraft introduces vendor-agnostic recovery, search and migration tool

StorageCraft introduces vendor-agnostic recovery, search and migration tool

Contains same features as ShadowProtect version, but can be used with any backup and recovery solution

Disaster recovery and data protection company, StorageCraft, has introduced a vendor-agnostic version of its Granular Recovery for Exchange solution which, like its StorageCraft-only ShadowProtect counterpart, supports Microsoft Exchange Server 2013.

While the new product offers the same features and capabilities as the ShadowProtect variant, its differentiator lies in its ability to operate with non-StorageCraft backup and recovery solutions.

The software offers recovery, search and migration of Exchange servers, mailboxes, emails, calendar appointments, contacts, tasks and notes, promising small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) a reliable, cost-effective tool to ensure access to valuable information within the organisation’s database.

Further features include migration for consolidation of single and bulk mailboxes through enhanced drag-and-drop functionality, with automatic creation of new mailboxes on target systems; search enhancements that allows users to “match all fields” or “match any field”; restore and migration limiting capabilities; temporary database location selection when hard drive space is limited.

The vendor-agnostic Granular Recovery for Exchange can be purchased for 250 mailboxes for $US1499 or unlimited mailboxes for $US1899. There is also the option to purchase a 60-day unlimited license for $US399. Premium support is available for each version, priced at $US224.85, $US284.85, and $US119.85, respectively.


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