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Complexity Ate My Budget

What is becoming a significant, if not the main, operational problem today is the complexity of the data protection infrastructure…

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CA arcserve UDP vs. Unitrends UEB 7.4

We test CA arcserve Unified Data Protection (UDP) and Unitrends Enterprise Backup (UEB) for backup/restore, disaster recovery, replication and business continuity.

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CA arcserve UDP vs. CommVault Simpana 10

We test CA arcserve Unified Data Protection (UDP) and CommVault Simpana 10 to find which is best for backup/restore, disaster recovery, replication and business continuity.

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Meeting Business Data Protection Needs in a Mixed Physical/Virtual Environment

Virtualisation has without doubt enabled IT organizations to obtain maximum efficiency from their physical hardware, but virtualisation has also increased the complexity these organisations have to manage, and that includes data protection…

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CA ARCserve r16.5 vs. Product Veeam Backup & Replication v7.0

We test backup/restore, disaster recovery, replication and business continuity products to help you choose the one that’s best for your organisation.

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CA arcserve UDP vs. Symantec Backup Exec 2012

A feature-by-feature, in-depth analysis and comparison of CA arcserve UDP and Backup Exec 2012 SP2.

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CA ARCserve r16.5 vs. Veeam Backup & Replication v7.0

We test backup/restore, disaster recovery, replication and business continuity products to help you choose the one that’s best for your organization. This review looks at the latest versions of CA ARCserve (r16.5) and Veeam Backup & Replication (v7.0).

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What’s new in CA ARCserve Backup

CA ARCserve Backup r16.5 Update 3 adds the following new features to deliver more flexibility, better performance, and help ARCserve Backup customers optimize their data protection.

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CA Technologies Announces Unified Data Protection Solution

This IDC Flash discusses the arcserve Unified Data Protection (UDP) platform announced on May 7,2014, by the arcserve business unit of CA Technologies. A consolidated data protection platform,arcserve UDP comprises interesting recovery tiering features targeted at the midmarket and, now, managed service providers (MSPs) also.

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CA arcserve® Unified Data Protection

Fueled by data growth and technology advancement such as virtualization, current data protection architectures come up short in a number of operational areas and essentially perpetuate data protection islands or silos. Upon closer examination, there is also widespread user discontent leading to a re-examination of the current infrastructure: many data protection solutions are limited in scope and the multiplication of point solutions is creating complexity that has become very hard to manage for organizations whatever their size.

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The end of data protection as we know it? Defining a next generation architecture

My friends, the end is near. Good news/bad news: backup and data protection architectures as we know them are about to undergo a drastic set of changes in the next few years. The backup and recovery market is quickly morphing as end users weather a perfect storm hitting their infrastructure, affecting the efficiency of their operations.

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CA arcserve Unified Data Protection virtualization solution Brief

Server and desktop virtualization have become very pervasive in most organizations, and not just in the enterprise. Everybody agrees that server virtualization offers many advantages, saves money, offers more flexibility, etc. Although server virtualization helps reduce IT infrastructure costs, it also adds complexity to protecting the wide range of applications installed on the virtual machines and the ever-increasing volumes of data created on shared storage devices…But it can also help in disaster recovery scenarios and can offer some level of high availability.

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Unifying CA arcserve

In the ever-changing world of data protection, it has come down to a simple reality. Software vendors have to innovate to meet their customers and partners needs to stay in this market long term. They have to do so in a way that is robust and complete from a technology standpoint, but that’s not enough. They also have to do it in a way that enhances time to value for end-users, from interface design to the way the product is licensed and packaged.

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Introducing CA arcserve Unified Data Protection

CA arcserve UDP is based on a next generation unified architecture for both virtual and physical environments. Its unmatched breadth, ease of use, and Assured Recovery™ capabilities set it apart from other data protection solutions.

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Unified Data Protection Solution Brief

Fueled by data growth and technology advancements such as virtualization, current data protection architectures come up short in a number of areas and essentially perpetuate data protection islands or silos. Today’s IT is about the interdependence of its systems and applications in the context of service delivery. Understanding and proving that you can recover in a business-reasonable amount of time with a business-acceptable currency of data is crucial. Metrics such as Recovery Point Objective (RPO) and Recovery Time Objective (RTO) have become synonymous with business availability. Current architectures make overall poor use of their resources due to a lack of ability to measure, process inefficiencies, obsolete solutions with expensive licensing, or niche data protection solutions that only compound the problem by adding complexity on top of complexity. Until now.

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