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Obsidian, Attix5 safeguards client data

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A close-knit partnership between open source (OS) software supplier Obsidian Systems and global developer and provider of data protection software and cloud solutions Attix5 has resulted in unprecedented levels of data protection and backup for clients.

Recognised as leaders in their respective markets, Obsidian Systems and Attix5 have combined expertise, technology and market knowledge to add significant value to clients.

As an Attix5 partner Obsidian Systems is able to provide cutting-edge Attix5 disaster recovery and backup solutions to its clients.

Attix5 products are ideally suited to data centres, ISPs, remote sites and mobile users. The value proposition is based on a set of key advantages including security, simplicity, monitoring and efficiency.

Attix5 Pro scored 100% in various independent security audits, a single installation with network/internet access, updates via customisable HTML Web pages or e-mails, suitable for any network or hardware on all major operating systems, as well as incremental backups.

Obsidian is positioned to help all sized operations acquire and integrate solutions that make a difference to operations.

“Attix5 has an extensive portfolio of recognised solutions, including Attix5 Dynamic, Pro and VMBAK, that we have access to and can help clients bring on board to ensure effective protection. Attix5 has selected to partner with us based on our track record, our knowledge and expertise, as well as our knowledge of fast-growth areas like open source – which continues to gain traction in established and emerging markets,” says Muggie van Staden, MD at Obsidian Systems.

Obsidian Systems experience with technology platforms and the advent of trends like the cloud, make it a formidable partner – particularly in light of the growth in status of the Attix5 Titanium Appliance.

This is an onsite hybrid cloud backup and recovery solution that enables the user to backup all desktops, laptops, servers on a single onsite device with no additional cost of licenses.

“This allows the user to backup data from multiple branches to a single, secure, onsite backup location. It typifies the extent to which backup and recovery has advanced and the benefits that clients can leverage off. We have partnered with Obsidian to expose our solutions to new and growing businesses in numerous verticals,” said Robert Kellerman, Marketing Manager, Attix5.