Introducing Arcserve UDP Cloud Direct

Direct-to-cloud data protection delivers the reliance you need in an easy to use solution.

Arcserve expands cloud offerings

Until now, data backup and recovery was complex, especially if you had remote offices or a decentralized enterprise. With Arcserve UDP Cloud Direct, our new direct-to-cloud offering, you reap the benefits of enterprise-level data protection in an easy to use and accessible solution. Arcserve now offers an expanded suite for cloud, virtual, and physical environments to provide comprehensive data protection for your business.

Cloud Direct BaaS

Arcserve UDP Cloud Direct BaaS is a robust backup solution for files and folders, databases such as SQL, Exchange, and entire server images, allowing you to easily recover data in minutes.
Rapid recovery to and from anywhere in minutes
No equipment needed
Web console
Optimized for low bandwidth locations

Cloud Direct DRaaS

Arcserve UDP Cloud Direct DRaaS goes beyond backup to provide decentralized enterprises, branch offices, and other locations with the robust disaster recovery you expect—with the simplicity you need.
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Recovery time of < 5 minutes
No equipment needed
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Fully-usable servers and apps in the cloud, within minutes
Optimized for large data sets (up to 500 TB) with unlimited scalability
Automated DR testing and push-button recovery

Data movement

Move large data volumes across distributed IT environments.

Channel-ready

Enable channel partners to profitably adopt and manage cloud offerings.

Cloud on-ramp

Quick and simple cloud on-ramp without on-premise hardware requirements.

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