Quorum OnQ Pricing and License Cost

KevinKelcey
Director of IT at City of Gainesville Texas
It's been a while since I've purchased it and I only do maintenance now. Licensing is based on of the number of nodes you have, the number of end devices you're backing up. It's based on the cloud service, if you're going to have that. And, if you're going to have multiple devices that are backups of each other, they will have their own. But most of these are pretty straightforward. The only one that I don't have experience with is the bare metal restore. I don't know how that's licensed. View full review »
SteveDenger
IT Manager at Trinity Logistics Corp
We were on the original licensing model. They've changed it over the years. Now, the licensing is based on how many nodes I want to be able to run as a virtualized recovery. In the old days, you just bought it by size. The short answer that there are really no licensing issues or costs. The only ongoing cost is my annual support. It's typically 20 percent of what the original purchase price was, which is standard in the industry for just about everything. View full review »
Darryl D
VP Director of Information Technology at a financial services firm with 51-200 employees
The solution can be on the pricier side depending on options selected but it's one of those situations where if time is valuable and resources are limited, it might be worth it. Each use case is unique. View full review »
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ChrisMcCollum
Server Administrator at CBX Global
The total for our current solution's licensing is about $14,000 for 12 servers for three years. We bought hardware from Quorum which was part of the total. We paid upfront to get a discount. View full review »
Sean Fiandaca
IT Manager at a healthcare company with 11-50 employees
This is the best money I spend on my budget. We have never questioned whether it is worth it because it so obviously is a great value. View full review »
Bo Heinemeyer
Director of Technology at a financial services firm
The cost is higher than other software and services, but it is an absolute must-have. It pays for itself daily, even if you never have a disaster (knock on wood). View full review »
Enrique C.
IT Adminsitrator at a software R&D company with 11-50 employees
When we first got the Quorum the licensing was different. View full review »
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