Rebit Offers Automated NAS Backup Solution for SMBsPosted 2010-05-19 Email Print
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The Storage hardware and software vendor's new NetSmart system provides an automated solution that small businesses can set and forget. NetSmart backs up files on laptops and PCs to a NAS storage device or array.
Rebit, which has created a foothold in the desktop disk backup business by building single-purpose plug-and-play machines that even a computer novice can use, is now expanding into the network-attached storage (NAS) space for small-office and single users.
The Longmont, Colo.-based storage hardware and software maker on May 19 unveiled NetSmart, fully automatic storageware that continuously backs up files on laptops and PCs to a NAS storage device or array as they come into being -- even as multiple users log in and out of a network.