This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of ARCserve. All opinions are 100% mine.
ARCServe has been the top name in backup software since… well… back in the day.
Because ARCServe has been close to an industry standard since backups really began they have had the opportunity to move with and motivate the industry. It’s good to see that they’re still setting the standards.
ARCServe Backup features Data Deduplication. For example, if you back up an email system, there might be 100 instances of the same email attachment referenced within the system. Instead of backing up every instance of the attachment the backup software points a reference to the file. Using this deduplication process you retain all of your data but save the space.. i.e just in this one example you’d save 99mb.
Virtual servers are the way to go – there’s no doubt about that. There are energy savings, physical space savings, Carbon Emission savings, management simplifications and more – not all backup software backs up Virtual systems completely though.
ARCServe has Built-In Virtual Server Protection.
One of the things I’ve always liked about the ARCServe software is how easy it is to manage. In any of the versions I’ve experienced the central management and pretty intuitive dashboard make creating and restoring backups as easy as they possibly can.
ARCServe is efficient too. Efficiency matters a great deal. Having a user shouting and screaming at you because they lost their one page Word Document is stressful enough, backup software being slow and difficult just makes life all that much harder. Thankfully the people at ARCServe have run and restored a backup or two in their time and realize the difficulties, stresses and intricacies of the process.
It really is more than a simple ‘backup’ it’s more of a data preservation solution.
If you’re in business and value your data ARCServe is the way to go. Add this software to a reliable storage medium and you have a winning combination.
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