NovaStor

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NovaStor is a privately held software company based in Agoura Hills, Los Angeles County, California, and with offices in Hamburg, Germany and Zug, Switzerland.

The company’s primary focus is providing backup and recovery software to home users, small and medium-sized businesses and enterprises. The company and its products are often compared to other backup and data protection solutions such as Symantec and EMC.[1]

History[edit]

The company was founded in 1987.[2] In June 2009, NovaStor Corporation was bought out by a management-led investor group, who remains as the company’s majority shareholder.[3]

Products[edit]

NovaStor provides backup and recovery software for home users, businesses and managed service providers.[4] Their core focus is their cloud and enterprise solutions which provide the technology for onsite and offsite backup and the deployment of cloud-based managed services.[5]

NovaStor product features include:

  • PC and server backup and restore
  • Local and offsite backup and restore
  • Tape and disk imaging software
  • Disaster recovery
  • Virtualization
  • Cloud storage backup enablement
  • Hard drive recovery and disk booting

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