BroadCloud implements CA ARCserve to provide disaster recovery services
Sep 06, 2012 (Datamonitor via COMTEX) --
CA Technologies, a provider of IT management solutions, has announced that BroadCloud, a managed IT infrastructure provider, is using CA ARCserve to provide comprehensive disaster recovery, or DR, services to help customers ensure that data is secure and reduce costs.
By building its disaster recovery services on CA ARCserve, BroadCloud has been able to meet service level agreements, which are critical to its reputation and customer satisfaction; maximize efficiency, which enables the company to manage disaster recovery processes for customers with just 40 engineers; and meet customer needs around costs and compliance.
BroadCloud was using a range of tools from a number of suppliers to support its recovery management services, due to the diversity of the systems being protected and customer preferences. This time-consuming approach added to the company's service management burden.
BroadCloud is using CA ARCserve to underpin its multi-tier recovery management and data resiliency services. The company protects several petabytes of data using the solutions, which enable simple centralized recovery management across its client base.
To support more demanding customer workloads, such as email, ERP (enterprise resource planning) and CRM (customer relationship management) systems, BroadCloud uses CA ARCserve Replication and CA ARCserve High Availability.
"Service providers face especially challenging objectives when it comes to scalably, reliably and resource-efficiently protecting large volumes of distributed data," said Steve Fairbanks, vice president, data management, CA Technologies. "BroadCloud's success highlights just how well-suited CA ARCserve is for these highly challenging environmentsand how broadly applicable it is for all kinds of data protection needs."
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