StorageCraft Channel Update

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In this update:

  • New StorageCraft Pricelist
  • ImageManager version 7
  • Technical Training in Auckland, Wellington & Christchurch

New StorageCraft Pricelist

Bad news for the ordering people amongst you – StorageCraft have updated their part numbers plus there are a number of licensing changes so our part numbers have all changed today.

Effective immediately, there are no part numbers to order new licenses or renew with three-year maintenance – if a customer wants multi-year maintenance you now order multiples of the one-year code.

Previously the Desktop edition was only available as a three-year purchase, now it is only available as a one-year purchase.

Another change for Desktop, where there used to be one-pack, three-pack and five-pack, there is now just a continuous price bank of 1 to 19 nodes.

A reminder also that ImageManager iFTP and Headstart Restore are now free.

Pricing on the server and virtual licenses is otherwise unchanged.

Please contact Soft Solutions for pricing.

ImageManager version 7

If you missed our email last week, here’s a link to our blog post on the new version 7 of ImageManager. Key new features include regular live-boot backup testing and automated sub-folder creation for new hosts being managed. The new image verification will boot-up a backup set in a virtual environment and you get emailed a screenshot of the login screen to prove that the backup set is restorable. Also StorageCraft have removed the charges for a couple of key add-ons, IntelligentFTP and Headstart Restore. Read more.

Technical Training in Auckland, Wellington & Christchurch

StorageCraft are conducting full-day technical workshops next month – 6th May in Auckland, 11th May in Wellington and 17th May in Christchurch. There will be an introductory workshop on ShadowProtect SPX for Windows and Linux followed by an advanced workshop for experienced StorageCraft Technicians going deeper into the backup and recovery of complex servers such as Microsoft Active Directory, SQL and Exchange and the intricacies of ShadowControl.

 

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