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Unitrends Backs Up Commitment to IT Pro’s with Free NFR Licenses

Unitrends, the #1 all-in-one backup, archiving, instant recovery, and disaster recovery solution company, today announced a free Unitrends Enterprise Backup™ NFR (Not For Resale) program for VMware vExperts, VMware Certified Professionals, VMware Certified Instructors, VMUG members, Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals, and Microsoft Certified Professionals.

NFR licenses are available at

"We recognize the contribution that Microsoft and VMware certified professionals make to the overall IT community, and this program gives them the ability to use Unitrends Enterprise Backup software in their home and office labs at no cost," said Maria Pressley, Chief Evangelist, Unitrends. “We’ve had enormous success over the past year, with revenue growth exceeding 100 percent, and we look to surpass this growth, in part, by giving instructors, trainers, and bloggers the ability to discover for themselves the advantages of our technology as well as educate others about the most effective methods for backup, archiving, instant recovery and disaster recovery.”

The NFR program comes on the brink of the highly anticipated release of Windows Server 2012. Unitrends offers the industry’s only native all-in-one Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V role and Hyper-V 2012 Server backup, archiving, instant recovery, and disaster recovery virtual appliance. Unitrends Enterprise Backup™ also offers enterprise-class heterogeneity including over 100 versions of servers, storage, operating systems, hypervisors, and applications. Their Simply Scalable™ architecture offers unified agent/agentless, image/file, archiving/replication, and virtual/physical data protection, making Unitrends a solution leader for Windows Server 2012 as well as all the other cloud, virtual, and physical components of an IT environment.

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Published Tuesday, August 28, 2012 8:02 AM by David Marshall
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