Gaurav Khanna joins Quorum as VP of Products to drive further innovations

Gaurav Khanna, former VP of Engineering at Symantec has joined Quorum as VP of Products. He would be driving further innovations in one-click backup, disaster recovery and continuity solutions.

Online PR News – 24-June-2013 – San Jose, CA – Quorum®, the leading provider of one-click backup, recovery and continuity for small to mid-sized businesses, today announced that Gaurav Khanna has joined Quorum's executive team as vice president of products. A former Symantec engineering leader, Khanna will draw on his more than 15 years' experience to build upon Quorum's one-click backup, recovery and continuity success, and drive new innovations that revolutionize disaster recovery for small to mid-sized businesses. Khanna's hire is punctuated by the release of an upgrade to the company's award-winning solution, which pre-empts industry rivals in its support for Windows Server 2012, Exchange Server 2013 and SQL Server 2012, and includes more than 50 usability enhancements.

Over the course of his career, Khanna has gained significant experience in storing and protecting valuable business data. Most recently, he has focused exclusively on making data protection and analysis usable. Khanna joins Quorum from Symantec, where he served as vice president of engineering and led product development for the company's Enterprise Data Protection products, NetBackup and backup appliances. Earlier in his career at Symantec, he incubated and grew cloud and purpose-built appliance products for backup and information management. Prior to Symantec, Khanna focused on product development, architecture and implementation at Nortel and Tata Consultancy Services.

Khanna's addition to the executive team coincides with the release of the latest version of the Quorum solution, which features a revolutionary approach to disaster recovery with its one-click backup, recovery and continuity innovation. In the latest release, Quorum builds on these merits with support for Windows Server 2012, Exchange Server 2013 and SQL Server 2012, effectively broadening its reach to new customers. Fifty usability enhancements have been added, and focus on resiliency and performance for repository and data path. Altogether, the upgrade delivers on Quorum's promise to help businesses safeguard their revenue, customers and reputation with an even easier-to-use, better-performing solution. (The upgraded Quorum solution is now available. Please visit for more information.)

"Quorum is dedicated to delivering continuous improvements that focus on small to mid-sized product that also speaks to the overarching theme of prolonged system downtime," said Bill Parrish, CEO of Quorum channel partner Optitec. "Now, with broadened support, Quorum can extend its installed base and deliver the same benefits to new customers."

"Quorum has already established itself as major force in disaster recovery, with an experienced and growing team that is dedicated to addressing the system downtime woes that plague small to mid-sized businesses," said Larry Lang, CEO, Quorum. "The addition of industry experts like Gaurav and our latest upgrade present additional compelling reasons for businesses to abandon tape and disk backup, or cloud backup alone, and trust Quorum to ensure one-click recovery of their data, applications and systems in minutes."

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