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Credit Unions Choose EVault, Harland

EVault and Harland Financial Solutions provide credit unions with online backup and recovery services

EMERYVILLE, Calif. -- EVault, Inc., a Seagate Technology (NYSE:STX) company and the leader in online backup and recovery, today announced that Harland Financial Solutions has signed more than 40 of its existing UltraData Enterprise core system clients to utilize the new Data Storage Solutions, powered by EVault, since the partnership was first established in June 2007.

In today’s evolving financial services landscape, credit unions are faced with the ongoing challenge of managing and protecting ever-increasing amounts of data. These issues, coupled with regulatory compliance and disaster recovery planning demands, have forced credit unions to work more efficiently and effectively, especially in the area of data protection. With the traditional tape backup and recovery process becoming quickly outdated, the partnership between Harland Financial Solutions and EVault enables credit unions to back up their business-critical data, including all UNIX® and Windows® applications, databases and systems, to Harland Financial Solutions’ state-of-the-art Enterprise Services Center. Safe and off-site, the end-to-end encrypted data is available at any time for immediate, user-initiated recovery.

Combining EVault InfoStage™ disk-to-disk data protection software with the protected hardware and environment of Harland Financial Solutions’ Enterprise Services Center, more than 40 national credit unions, including Marshland Credit Union, Member One Federal Credit Union and Sacramento Credit Union, now securely back up business-critical core system data online, while maintaining regulatory compliance, thereby eliminating the need for tape backups and improving their Recovery Time Objective (RTO).

“Partnering with EVault not only enhances our Data Storage Solutions with one of the industry’s most reliable online backup and recovery services, but it also complements our commitment to addressing the pressing needs of our credit union clients and their requirement for immediate and secure access to their data,” said Scott Huseman, director of service bureau operations and IT for Harland Financial Solutions. “In the event a recovery is required, we are confident our clients’ data will be secure and available for immediate, user-initiated recovery.”

EVault Inc.

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