|By Marketwired .||
|May 20, 2014 06:00 AM EDT||
SAN JOSE, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/20/14 -- InMage announced today that InMage won the Best of TechEd 2014 award in the Backup & Recovery category.
InMage enables customers to leverage the public, hosted and private cloud as a target for backup and/or disaster recovery (DR). This next generation solution for hybrid cloud backup, recovery and migration is available in three form factors -- software, SaaS and the InMage 4000 Series appliance.
Best of TechEd awards, co-sponsored by Microsoft and Windows IT Pro, recognize Microsoft partners that offer innovative products and services for the industry. Winners were announced at the Microsoft TechEd North America 2014 conference in Houston, Texas.
"We are honored and would like to congratulate all finalists and winners who were acknowledged," said Rajeev Atluri, CTO, InMage. "InMage is focused on innovation and we pride ourselves in making it easy for customers to leverage the Cloud and increase operational efficiency. This award is a special honor as it validates our vision, from the customer community."
"These products add business value for the people who adopt them. As cloud and mobile become more integral to the workplace, innovation continues to accelerate at a rapid pace. Windows IT Pro is proud to be on the front line for evaluating the best technology solutions," said Amy Eisenberg, Editor-in-Chief of Windows IT Pro.
For more information on InMage's award winning products, please visit www.inmage.com
Jennifer Sparks Bocchino
Sparks & Associates
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