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NetworkWorld: FileEngine Changes the Server Rules

Oct 02, 2006, 15:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by James E. Gaskin)

"The server question used to be about how much you'd pay for your hardware. Now the question is whether your data files, including backup, are worth $8 per day? If so, FileEngine has a deal for you.

"FileEngine, a small company grown out of Server Partners in Indianapolis, turned the way to evaluate file servers upside down. CEO Kim Brand realized his small business customers didn't want file servers per se, they wanted a reliable, secure place to store their files and have them backed up without worrying. The company's advertising slogans are 'no worries' and 'It's more than a server. It's a promise...'"

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