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Xandros Server, Utilizing BRU, Delivers Linux Alternative To The Windows Lock On The SMB Space

Xandros, provider of easy-to-use Linux alternatives to Windows, and TOLIS Group, developer of the ultra-reliable BRU announced an agreement to integrate a complete BRU backup and recovery system into the forthcoming Xandros Server – the first truly viable alternative to the dominance of Microsoft Windows servers in the SMB (small-to-medium business) and departmental markets.

“We are excited that BRU Server is to be included in the initial release of Xandros Server and know that the combination of easy management and reliable backup will provide peace-of-mind for small-to-medium business system administrators utilizing Xandros Server,” said Tim Jones, President/CTO of TOLIS Group. “The power of Xandros Server, with its plug-in technology in the Xandros Management Console (xMC), is set to revolutionize the SMB server space.”

"We are taking Linux servers where they have never gone before, into enterprise departments and SMBs, and it was essential to be the first Linux Server to provide a reliable backup and recovery system for administrators with little or no Linux server experience," said Andreas Typaldos, Xandros CEO.

The Xandros Server, to be launched at LinuxWorld Toronto, provides an easy-to-use alternative to costly Windows servers that addresses the issues normally encountered when administering SMB-class systems. Its integrated suite of services enables failsafe, centralized remote administration, workflow automation, and consolidated system monitoring, together with drop-in compatibility with existing domains and networks.

The BRU Server component of Xandros Server delivers unparalleled network backup and restore capabilities, not just for Xandros Server, but for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux clients as well. BRU was the first non-development end-user application available for Linux users in 1994 (kernel 0.99pl12) and continues its data protection leadership across Linux systems to this day.

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