Asigra Named “High Performer” on Summer 2016 G2 Crowd Grid for Backup

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For two years running, Asigra has been named as a High Performer on the G2 Crowd Grid for Backup Software. High Performers earn this distinction by consistently maintaining high customer satisfaction scores based on user reviews submitted to the G2 Crowd website.

We are honored to be included in the Grid, which is a reflection of what our most important constituency, our users, think about the software. In our industry, we often rely on expert opinions from analysts to support buying decisions, but it’s also important to consider what our peers, who rely on the software every day, have to say.

  • 88% of users rated Asigra 4 or 5 stars
  • 85% of users said they would be “likely to recommend” Asigra to a colleague
  • 92% of users believe Asigra is headed in the right direction

For an IT function as critical as data backup and disaster recovery, it’s doubly essential to choose a vendor with well performing software and responsive support. Looking at objective opinions like those on G2 Crowd can help narrow down the data protection solutions you want to further research.

There was a diversity of users who reviewed us, from small businesses to major enterprises who were impressed with the feature set of our software. As a platform-agnostic, agentless backup solution, Asigra can back up data from any source including SaaS applications, virtual, traditional servers, laptops and mobile devices.

Take a look at the latest Summer 2016 Grid for Backup to see where Asigra stands among other well-known names in enterprise backup.

Whether you’re building a data protection strategy from the ground up, or migrating legacy backup to the cloud, don’t hesitate to talk to a recoverability specialist with any questions. You may be surprised to find out how Asigra can help you:

  • Reduce costs based on how much you recover each year
  • Simplify data backup by protecting all of your sources with a single solution
  • Ensure disaster recovery readiness with regular “recoverability drills”
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