Information storage and restoration expert Attix5, is proud to announce the involvement of Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals (MVPs) Nicolas Blank and Hilton Giesenow.The pair joined as consultants on the development team, giving the company an edge in its field as there are only a limited number of Microsoft MVPs throughout the world.
Mike Law, CEO of Attix5 comments: "Nicolas and Hilton have been instrumental in the ongoing development of Attix5's backup service as they are helping us to create state-of-the-art Microsoft approved database backup solutions. The knowledge gained by working with two such highly respected industry heavyweights has given the Attix5 team a valuable insight, following this project we will be able to provide some of the most robust Microsoft recommended application backup solutions on the market."
Hilton Giesenow explains: "The work that we have been involved in, such as the ongoing development of a new SharePoint plug-in, means that Attix5's customers will have one of the most comprehensive and modern server backup solutions available."
Nicolas Blank says: "I chose to work with Attix5 because of their enthusiasm to create a truly universal backup and restoration model. Attix5 has one of the only back-up solutions that is absolutely focussed on following Microsoft best practices to the letter. Operating systems and server software are constantly being updated and it is important that backup solutions can cope with the latest developments."
Blank and Giesenow have developed Attix5's capabilities to make the backup process simpler and quicker using knowledge and Microsoft insider expertise. Engaging with these professionals has enabled Attix5 to offer a solution that can reduce some previously time consuming backup processes to just seconds.
Blank specialises in Exchange and has over 15 years experience.Hilton Giesenow is a SharePoint consultant and his experience includes development, architecture, team leadership and project management.
Exchange and SharePoint are essential in the running of business environments. Exchange servers are responsible for email, calendar and contacts; and SharePoint is responsible for intranet, extranet, document and file management. Failure to adequately backup such information could have a devastating effect on a business, and using a backup system that doesn't properly support these programmes could result in days of disruption while the data is retrieved.