InfoStor’s Kenneth Corbin recently released his interview with SOS CEO, Ken Shaw, on the topic of the future of SOS Online Backup and new capabilities of SOS ServerSave. SOS ServerSave brings SOS partners and clients the opportunity to create more efficient businesses and IT departments by creating a complete server backup solution. SOS ServerSave is a complete solution for IT managers – including cloud backup for servers and complete end-point protection for workstations and laptop fleets.
Kenneth Corbin from InfoStor and Ken Shaw from SOS chatted about the flexibility and opportunity SOS ServerSave brings to the server backup marketplace.
However, increasingly the company is moving into the business space, particularly with ServerSave, its solution for the workplace that safeguards content from an organization’s litany of servers and PCs.
“Our aim for SOS ServerSave was to backup all servers and workstations — SQL, Exchange, Windows, fileservers, full local machines — and provide an end-point solution for workstations and laptops,” said Ken Shaw, CEO of SOS Online Backup. “With all these components, SOS ServerSave’s ultimate goal for the IT manager is to eliminate the pain of managing these different pieces from different portals.”
According to Shaw, the market for server backup technology in the public cloud is headed for a “price-functionality inflection point,” one that will dramatically reshape the value proposition of the market.
“Server backup is going to start doing more for less money, and SOS ServerSave is poised to be the first to spearhead this trend,” he said.
The company’s ServerSave product offers bare-metal backup and restore of Windows, SQL, SharePoint and Exchange servers with management consolidated in a single portal, dubbed Pulse Centralized Management, and an unlimited headcount for a single account.