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Arkeia Network Backup Version 8.1 General Availability

SAN DIEGO, Sept. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Arkeia Software, a worldwide provider of backup and disaster recovery software, today announced general availability of Arkeia Network Backup Version 8.1. The release offers features to simplify backup management of hosted platforms, including multi-tenant servers. The release is designed for hosting providers that seek to generate revenue by offering backup services to their customers. For more information visit: http://www.arkeia.com/r/version8.1.

"Arkeia Network Backup has enabled LinkStar to offer profitable backup services to our dedicated, virtual and managed hosting customers for several years," said Jonathan Rivers, executive vice president of products and technology at LinkStar, a Washington, D.C.-based hosting division of AdJuggler Inc. "LinkStar's reputation for providing a quality product with unparalleled service will be bolstered with the new flexibility delivered in V8.1 through Custom Restore Objects and extensible reporting."

"Hosting companies deploy Arkeia Network Backup to protect both their own data and their customers'," said Bill Evans, CEO of Arkeia Software. "Now, as hosting companies deliver cloud computing infrastructure, they need new capabilities for backup and recovery. With Version 8.1, Arkeia Network Backup makes it easier for hosting companies to provide profitable backup services to customers on dedicated, managed, and shared hosting platforms."

New Capabilities and Platforms

New in Arkeia Network Backup v8.1 are Custom Restore Objects (CROs) that allow system administrators to assign restoration rights to end users. Administrators reduce their workload by extricating themselves from the data restoration process. Service to the end user is also improved by allowing end users to recover data at any time.

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