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Arcserve Unified Data Protection Appliance brings ‘set up and forget’ data backup to Ireland

19th May, rx 2015 – Arcserve, more about LLC (“Arcserve”), today announced that its Arcserve Unified Data Protection (UDP) 7000 Appliance – the industry’s first complete data protection appliance – is now available in the UK, Ireland, Benelux and the Nordic region, with versions for the French and German-speaking markets to be added later this year. With assured and simplified backup and recovery capabilities, the UDP Appliance slashes backup times, cuts the amount of disk storage needed and offers comprehensive protection over disk, tape and cloud: all at an unmatched cost.

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Live training: Become an accredited arcserve expert

We would like to invite you to an Arcserve UDP Technical Bootcamp on Thursday 28th May, where you will have the chance to become a technically accredited Arcserve expert.

Over the course of a day, you can expect to gain a comprehensive technical understanding of the Arcserve UDP solution, covering Backup, Unified Data Protection, Replication, Virtual Standby & Continuous High Availability. The course also covers the Arcserve Unified Data Protection Update 3!

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Webinar: Protect physical, virtual, cloud and Windows 2012

Introducing CA ARCserve ‘Per Socket’ Licensing

Whether on-premise or cloud-based, virtual or physical, managing the backup, recovery and availability of your IT environment has become a complex task.

And what about the hidden costs associated with protecting this dynamic IT environment?

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Does your organisation have a robust backup and disaster recovery plan?

By David Flood, senior IT solutions consultant with MJ Flood Technology

Our recent survey into backup and disaster recovery practices covered by the Irish Times, has yielded some frightening statistics, which we should all be concerned about.

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Business operations at risk as companies fail to invest in IT disaster planning

A substantial number of Irish organisations are putting their business operations at risk by failing to invest in IT disaster recovery planning, according to the results of a survey released today by leading IT services supplier, MJ Flood Technology.

The research into data management practices reveals that 40 per cent of organisations have no documented IT disaster recovery plan to deal with unforeseen events such as fire, flood or theft, which could negatively impact the delivery of critical systems and applications used to run their business.

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RPII chooses MJ Flood Technology for server virtualisation and storage infrastructure.

Radiological Protection Institute Energises Organisation with IT Upgrade

The independent, public body responsible for ensuring the protection of the Irish people against the harmful effects of radiation, has upgraded its IT infrastructure with the help of MJ Flood Technology.