Appassure Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Appassure now called Quest Rapid Recovery started as a series of backup solutions developed and marketed by the company with the same name until Dell acquired the company in February 2012. Rapid Recovery software optimizes users' application experience and simplifies backup and recovery. It connects to the cloud and protects growing virtual environments automatically.
“According to the website, trustradius.com AppAssure is not recommended for Enterprise but fine as a consumer product. It has many repository corruptions and has to blow our backups away. It’s not recommended using this if you are keeping long retention. It upgraded the agent and it created a new base image. Duplicate base images are eating up into our repository space.”
Rob Annable shared in community.spiceworks.com about AppAssure is used in his company and “has used this as their primary backup onsite but every member of our IT team hates it- its clunky, unintuitive and completely awful. Much better ones out there.”
Outbound Sales Rep (Former Employee) says"Burn and churn company that was very stressful. Always worried I would lose my job and there is very little job security. They were bought by Dell and not sure how the culture is now."
Mark Wilson 👨🏻💻 says"RT @risual: Pretty bold promise from #MSIgnite, their #AppAssure service is now extending to Windows on ARM devices! That means if it work…"
risual says"Pretty bold promise from #MSIgnite, their #AppAssure service is now extending to Windows on ARM devices! That mean… https://t.co/TPFkAd76p6"
deonlewisduke says"RT @fasttrack: #MSIgnite attendees can sign up for a 1:1 consultation with #AppAssure to learn more about app compat. We help make your app…"
Richie says"RT @jeffkagan: Qualcomm Collaborates with Microsoft to Expand App Assure Program to Windows 10 PCs Powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon Compute P…"
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