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The problem of redundant data

If your data deduplication technologies aren’t up to the task, you’ll be crushed by an avalanche of data.

And, that translates to skyrocketing data storage capacity needs—and the exorbitant price tag to match.

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Reduce backup storage requirements up to 95%.
Field-proven with true global data deduplication software.

We take a comprehensive approach to data management, baking true source-side global deduplication into our Arcserve Unified Data Protection solution. (This isn’t stand-alone dedupe software, like some vendors offer).

How does it work?

Arcserve UDP:

  • Deduplicates data across each of your nodes, jobs, and sites
  • Then, it distributes your global deduplication database, so that all source and target data can be deduplicated across each of your UDP servers, too

In short, deduplication software eliminates data redundancy on all of your storage systems.

And, since backup data is deduplicated before it’s ever transferred to your target server, only changes are sent over the network, improving performance and reducing bandwidth usage.

The happy result:
  • Significantly reduced backup storage requirements
  • Minimized time spent managing data backup needs
  • Slashed IT infrastructure costs and resource usage
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We reduced our backup footprint by 95%.

The ever-growing data presents a big challenge when it comes to backup. We estimated that in some months we were spending upwards of 20 hours fixing intermittent backup issues and a doubling of our backup footprint around every 10 months.

—Sean Dendle, Director of Cymax

Arcserve Unified Data Protection

Arcserve UDP gives you data deduplication—and much, much more.

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