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StopPress: GFI Stops GFI Backup Product Line

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I’ve been using GFI Backup since last year and it is no use because there’s always error in Apache module.. And today my prediction is happened… 😦

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From: GFI [mailto:info at gfi dot com]
Sent: Friday, January 20, 2012 5:31 AM
To: Me
Subject: GFI Software: Critical GFI Backup Announcement
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Important! Critical announcement about GFI BackUp

GFI SOFTWARE
CRITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT!

PRODUCT:
GFI BackUp™ – commercial editions

ANNOUNCEMENT:
Support for the commercial editions of GFI BackUp to stop on
January 1, 2013

REFERENCE:
End-of-Life statement

CRITICAL DATE:
December 31, 2012

Dear GFI BackUp customer,

GFI Software is discontinuing all commercial editions of GFI BackUp.

Throughout 2012:
GFI will continue to provide support to all GFI BackUp customers who hold a valid maintenance agreement, and will continue to provide fixes and patches as appropriate.

GFI will no longer renew any current GFI BackUp maintenance agreements; the product is no longer being sold, effective January 1, 2012.

As of January 1, 2013:
As of this date, GFI will no longer support, develop or sustain the GFI BackUp product line. GFI will not develop or change any code related to GFI BackUp for support or any other purposes.

The freeware version of GFI BackUp will continue to be provided as is.

For more information:
Please read the GFI BackUp End-of-Life statement and our End-of-Life policy.

If you have any questions, please call your local GFI Technical Support office and one of our representatives will respond to your question, or direct your issue to someone who can.

Thank you for your cooperation in this product support transition.

Written by isal

20 January 2012 at 09:38

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