LOCKSTEP RELEASES BACKUP FOR WORKGROUPS VERSION 4.1
Disk-Based Backup Software Now Supports 64-bit Windows Server 2008
Scottsdale, Arizona USA, 30 July 2008 -- Lockstep Systems,
Inc. today announced the release of Backup for Workgroups version 4.1,
which now supports 64-bit Windows Server 2008. Backup for Workgroups is
a disk-based automatic backup software program designed for Windows
servers, desktops and laptops.
“With the introduction of Exchange Server 2007, which only runs on
64-bit Windows Server 2008 or 2003, many small companies are now finding
that they now have both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows computers running in
their operations,” said Karl Forster, president of Lockstep Systems,
Inc. “As these businesses install new Exchange Servers, Backup for
Workgroups can backup both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows computers.”
Designed for small businesses, Backup for Workgroups is easy to use and
delivers key enterprise-class features at an affordable price; keeping
overall data protection costs to a minimum. It operates as a
client/server application, with the server side software centralizing
the storage of the backup data to disk-based media. The Backup Client
software is installed on each computer to backup and ships as both a
native 32-bit and 64-bit application. The Setup program installs the
appropriate version of the Backup Client based on the version of Windows
that is running.
Pricing & Availability
Backup for Workgroups is available direct from Lockstep Systems, Inc.
The suggested retail price is $99 per client and $199 per Open-File
Add-On with volume discounts available. Current Backup for Workgroups
users should contact Lockstep Systems, Inc. for upgrade details and
pricing. New users are invited to download the 30-day trial software.
Reseller inquiries welcome. For more details about Backup for
Workgroups, visit http://www.backup-for-workgroups.com.
About Lockstep Systems, Inc.
Lockstep Systems, Inc. is the developer of Backup for Workgroups, the
leading disk-based Windows backup software for small and mid-size
businesses and IGetMail, the automatic POP3 email downloader for
Microsoft Exchange. Lockstep Systems is a privately held company located
in Scottsdale, Arizona, founded by the team that developed the backup
software now known as Computer Associates’ BrightStor Mobile Backup.