Asigra Inc has announced the release v14 of Cloud Backup ‘Evolved’ to address the growing challenges of modern data protection.
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Asigra Cloud Backup Evolved is version 14 of the company's popular software. The new platform converges data protection and IT security for effective malware detection that ensures safe, secure and reliable backup and data recovery.
Inside the newest release of Asigra Cloud Backup Evolved is a new platform that converges data protection and IT security for malware detection that ensures secure and reliable backup and data recovery.
Today, backup provider Asigra is announcing Cloud Backup Evolved, the 14thversion of their cloud backup software platform. The main innovation here is the addition of cybersecurity to counter rapidly growing malware threats, including ransomware Attack-Loops, which target backup data so that successful recoveries are no longer possible.
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