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R1Soft’s Server Backup Manager Delivers Robust Backup for Netherlands-Based Ningaloo Network Solutions

June 18
11:38 2015

HOUSTON – R1Soft®, creator of the R1Soft Server Backup Manager (SBM) product line, has released a case study on Ningaloo Network Solutions B.V., a Netherlands-based Web hosting and IT services provider, supporting its small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) customers with R1Soft’s robust backup. Ningaloo focuses primarily on organizations with 5-50 employees across a variety of industries, including financial, legal, manufacturing and B2B.

“Before we started using R1Soft, we were relying on several backup solutions,” said Rogier Banis, Chief Technology Officer at Ningaloo. “Each of them lacked one or more preferred features or required too much maintenance. Since deploying Server Backup Manager (SBM), we’ve been able to provide our customers with fast, low-maintenance and highly-secure backup. We simply rely on the product and know that established recovery points are both accurate and accessible at any time. We have customers thanking us on a daily basis for recovering their files after being corrupted or deleted. Even bringing back complete servers and virtual machines is easy thanks to R1Soft’s bare-metal restore capabilities.”


R1Soft is recognized as the leading commercial backup software for Web hosting providers. The company’s SBM software was built using Continuous Data Protection (CDP) technology, and offers the fastest, most scalable server backup for both Windows® and Linux® platforms in private and public clouds. By executing incremental backups at the block level rather than the file level, backups can be performed as frequently as every 15 minutes with minimal server impact and flexible data recovery helps to minimize downtime and ensure individual recovery points can be replicated offsite and restored.

The R1Soft technology currently protects nearly 250,000 servers and is trusted by nearly 1,800 Web hosting providers. For the latest information on SBM 5.10, including new Site-to-Site Replication technology, providing a simple means to replicate backup data across SBM servers regardless of their physical location, visit: www.r1soft.com/products/whats-new.

To access the case study, “R1Soft Server Backup Manager Helps Ningaloo Deliver Robust Backup, Peace of Mind,” visit: www.r1soft.com/customer-success/ningaloo.

R1Soft was purchased by Continuum®, the industry’s only channel-exclusive provider of fully integrated managed IT services solutions, in August 2014.

About Ningaloo
Based in the Netherlands, Ningaloo provides customized solutions for SMEs. Services include Web hosting, network setup, server management, maintenance of both individual computers and corporate networks, and Cloud solutions. The company does almost everything in the field of automation and ICT. For more information, visit: www.ningaloo.nl/.

About R1Soft
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 Continuous Data Protection™ software for both Windows® and Linux® platforms in private and public clouds, R1Soft’s Server Backup Manager (SBM) is deployed by nearly 1,800 Web hosting providers and protects nearly 250,000 servers worldwide. For more information, visit: www.r1soft.com/ or follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter @R1Soft.

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