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If you are currently researching, considering, or looking to implement a new Backup and Disaster Recovery Solution, we’d pleased to offer you a free consultation.

We know the market is competitive and you have options to choose from but here are a few reasons why you should consider Arcserve before you make a final decision.
Arcserve were established in 1983, giving them 35 years depth of experience that puts them in a position to have the best understanding of data protection and business continuity.
Arcserve’s solutions aren’t just about backup, anyone can do that, it’s about recovery, ease of management, business continuity and being able to manage and prove the SLA’s that have been demanded by management.

 
4 years ago, Arcserve became a privately owned company again and at this point, with its experience to develop solutions they went back to the drawing board and designed a new solution called Unified Data Protector (UDP) and this allowed them to include features that many others hadn’t yet thought about and all managed from a single pane of glass.

Arcserve’s award-winning portfolio is helping to deliver a Disaster Avoidance philosophy across all verticals in the market place with a solution that is feature rich and easy to manage.

Arcserve have a complete vision that covers all aspects of data protection and disaster recovery encompassing on premise, public and private cloud solutions and infrastructure.

This even extends into email archiving with some key functionality beneficial to legislation requirements of GDPR.

Arcserve and our partner, esdebe would be more than happy to help with any requirement you might have and to understand your needs, please complete the below questions and we will contact you shortly should you want to have a detailed discussion.
 
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* 1. Are you directly involved in backup and disaster recovery in your organisation, if no then who would be the best person to talk with?

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