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Reduce data loss risk—and ulcers

Complexity increases risk of failure. So, unified architecture and ease-of-use were top-of-mind when we built our backup and recovery software.

The result?

A comprehensive solution that empowers even a one-person IT department to protect virtual and physical environments with a high degree of simplicity:

  • Design and manage your entire data protection strategy with a unified management console
  • Scale your data backup coverage as your organization grows with the push of a button

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Get enterprise-class features—without enterprise-class effort.

“Enterprise-class” may sound like a tall order, but don’t worry. Arcserve UDP is easy to install, deploy, use, and manage.

And, since our backup and recovery software is unified, you can tap into the same enterprise-level features Fortune 500s enjoy, without multiple point solution complexity.

Take advantage of:

Test RPOs and RTOs. Get your ZZZs.

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Now you can test the automated disaster recovery of your business-critical systems, applications, and data—without business downtime or impact to your production systems.

Really, who needs sheep, when you have:

  • Fully-automated disaster recovery testing or testing performed on the schedule you set
  • System recoverability reporting that’s easy to understand
  • Proof for all stakeholders that your data protection bases are covered

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Protect and manage your virtual machines easily—even in a hybrid environment.

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Recover your physical and virtual data quickly—no matter where it is.

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Deliver on business continuity objectives and SLAs with 100% uptime.

Backup and recovery software that gets the job done.

Arcserve UDP takes you from “Do it” to “Done” in no time flat.

Watch our 3 minute overview video.

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Modern data protection software that really delivers the goods.

We had moved from a physical to a virtual server environment. It was not well supported by backup vendors, so we had no way of protecting our servers.

— Ellis Karim, IT Manager

University of Cambridge needed to protect their servers—and their reputation.

How did they do it?

We had been using VMWare VDP as a recovery management solution for some time, but it was unable to match our data safety requirements.

— Francesco Deriu, Amministratore di Sisterna

Argea needed to lock down its data and implement an effective disaster recovery solution.

They did.

Circle up — It’s Arcserve UDP in action.

Virtual backup headaches?

See a virtual machine backed up, lickety-split.

Exchange heartburn?

Watch Exchange emails and mailboxes come back, fast.

Files and folders giving you a facial tic?

Follow along as we bring them back.

Active directory object gone AWOL?

Take a peek at how simple it is to restore.

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Where is the data protection industry headed?

Wrap your arms around the emerging trends—from disaster recovery and purpose-built appliances to unified technology and all-inclusive licensing.

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100% uptime for any business

With high availability, you can eliminate business disruption.

What should you be thinking about?

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Top-notch industry and solution insights—all in plain language.

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UDP Appliance

This is simplicity to the nth degree.

Everything-you-need data protection. Zero hair-pulling.

Check out our UDP Appliance
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High Availability

100% uptime, 24/7/365.

Because your business simply can’t afford to be down.

Learn about High Availability

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