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Zetta.net Makes InfoStor Top 6 Vendor List

Zetta DataProtect Gives Customers Enterprise-Grade Data Protection

Zetta.net, a provider of enterprise-grade online backup and disaster recovery solutions, today announced that InfoStor has named it as one of "6 Great Cloud and Online Backup Solutions." InfoStor technology expert Drew Robb selected the companies included in the list based on research and market findings.

Zetta DataProtect delivers an enterprise-grade server backup and disaster recovery solution for small and medium size enterprises that integrates key data protection elements, such as offsite backup, archiving and disaster recovery in a single managed cloud service that requires no appliance. Customers can deploy the solution in minutes with a single web-based management interface across all servers for fast file, database and email backups. The latest version DataProtect 3.0 supports 18 OS platforms and data types including: SQL, Windows System State, Microsoft Exchange, unstructured data and VMware.

"Zetta DataProtect 3.0 fits nicely in the cloud backup category, as the service uses the cloud to store customer files," said Drew Robb, technology writer, InfoStor. "That makes it easy to scale."

The Zetta solution was designed from the ground up for cloud-based backup and data recovery. This gives customers direct access to their current data as well as historical snapshots of their files anytime from anywhere with no tapes or appliances to manage.

"We are honored that Zetta DataProtect has made the InfoStor list of 6 Great Cloud and Online Backup Solutions," said Gary Sevounts, vice president of marketing, Zetta.net. "Zetta DataProtect is making server data backup and recovery simple, affordable and easy to manage for SMEs. There is no appliance to worry about and you can be up and running in minutes with the assurance that your data is protected and easily recoverable with just the click of a web browser - it's that easy."

To view the 6 Great Cloud and Online Backup Solutions, visit: http://bit.ly/IJlOHE

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About Zetta.net
Zetta.net is an award-winning provider of enterprise-grade online backup and disaster recovery solutions for small and midsize enterprises. Zetta enables companies to simplify and automate backups and instantly recover data using just a Web browser. Advanced security, high redundancy and a high-performance architecture deliver true enterprise-grade data protection that scales to meet customers business requirements.

With headquarters in Sunnyvale, Calif., Zetta was established in 2008 by successful serial entrepreneurs and technology executives from companies such as Netscape, VeriSign, Symantec, EMC, and Shutterfly. For more information, visit www.zetta.net or http://www.facebook.com/zettastorage. Follow Zetta on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/zettanet.

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