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If you are still using Symantec Backup Exec.cloud for your company’s backup it’s time to move to a new solution. January 6, 2015 is the last day services will be available and it could be sooner for those whose current service ends before that date.

What does this mean?

  • You will no longer have access to any of your data stored in the cloud. Symantec has made it clear that there will be no exceptions.

What should I do?

  • Determine when your subscription ends. You can do this by logging into your Symantec portal and clicking on the Subscription link.
  • Restore your stored data prior to the end of your subscription. If you need assistance, please contact us.
  • Choose a replacement backup solution and migrate prior to your subscription ending. Our Databranch Account Managers have been working with current clients and helping them transition to either a new cloud backup solution or a full-fledged business continuity solution and we can do the same for you.

Don’t get caught with an expired subscription and no way to retrieve your precious business data! We want everyone to feel confident that their data is protected and easy to access at all times, even during times of disaster. If you have any question or need assistance with your transition, please contact us at 716-373-4467, sales@databranch.com, or click here to Get Started.

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