Time to tighten-up the remote data backup screws
Your handy screwdriver? Arcserve Unified Data Protection.
Remote data backup is slow and risky
And, trying to manage it without on site IT staff? Now, that’s the stuff of nightmares.
The risk to data is obvious when you consider:
- 70% of data lives outside of corporate data centers
- More than 30% of companies don’t perform remote data backups due to staff and resource limitations
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Remote data backup and recovery makes your job easy—no matter where your people work.
Arcserve UDP helps you deliver corporate headquarters-level data protection across all of your locations—no matter where or what those offices are—branch, home, or virtual.
It’s a remote backup and recovery solution that combines the benefits of granularity, performance, and resiliency—at an affordable cost—so you can:
- Reduce storage capacity demands
- Meet rigorous service-level agreements
- Keep employee productivity high
How do we deliver on that promise?
For starters, we give you:
- Easier and faster remote data backup and recovery on both physical and virtual servers
- Consolidated data storage for centralized backup or off site disaster recovery
- Continuous data protection to help keep critical data accurate, while speeding up recovery
- High availability for critical remote systems, applications, and data
Remote data protection is critical to your business. So, get proactive and ensure every one of your remote servers, desktops, laptops, and mobile devices are adequately protected.
Remote backup and restore—and more.
Arcserve UDP takes you from “Do it” to “Done” in no time flat.
Watch our 3 minute overview video.
Arcserve UDP Appliance
Plug-and-play hardware + software.
Now protecting remote data is a breeze—no matter where it lives.
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