Data is the pulse of every organization’s operations today. If data stops flowing, everything comes to a screeching halt. Downtime is incredibly expensive, too. Recently, MGM Resorts was hit by a cyberattack that one analyst estimates cost the company $8.4 million in daily revenue. Just days before, casino operator Caesars reportedly paid a ransom worth $15 million to a cybercrime group.
But it isn’t just large enterprises that are getting hit. Grant Thornton’s International Business Report, a survey of midmarket companies, found that nearly half of business leaders cited cyberattacks as a threat to their business in 2023. And research from Techaisle found that 71 percent of midmarket firms experienced ransomware attacks last year.
Deep pockets make a difference, and large enterprises usually can put the resources in place to recover from a cyberattack. But midmarket companies don’t have to overspend to have confidence that their data is protected and that they can recover from a cyberattack, ransomware incident, or other data loss. Here’s how Arcserve can help your organization get there.
The Unified Data Resilience Platform
Arcserve Unified Data Protection (UDP) software is built on the same three pillars that underpin the Arcserve Unified Data Resilience Platform. Arcserve UDP ensures your midmarket business can count on business continuity. Let’s look at these pillars to see how UDP delivers on multilayered data protection.
Arcserve UDP is safeguarded by integrated Sophos Intercept X Advanced for Server cybersecurity. That’s the first line of defense for defending your backups. Intercept X for Server uses deep learning, an advanced machine learning form that detects known and unknown malware without relying on signatures.
Deep learning makes Intercept X for Server smarter, more scalable, and more effective against never-before-seen threats. And it outperforms security solutions that use traditional machine learning or signature-based detection alone.
Learn more about Arcserve’s partnership with Sophos here.
There are plenty of computing and data storage technology options for midmarket companies for computing and data storage. That’s why Arcserve UDP protects against data loss and extended downtime across cloud, local, virtual, hyperconverged, and SaaS-based workloads.
You can count on another layer of data protection because Arcserve UDP assures the immutable storage of your data backups with support for Amazon S3 Object Lock in the cloud. Arcserve UDP also delivers off-premises and on-premises data protection when paired with Arcserve OneXafe immutable network-attached storage appliances.
When your backups are saved in immutable storage, they are converted to a write-once-read-many-times format that unauthorized users can’t alter or delete. Even if hackers get past your defenses, you can be confident that your immutable backups will be there, ready for recovery when needed.
Nothing matters more to a business than getting up and running again if your systems are taken down by ransomware, hardware failure, or any other data disaster. That’s why the third pillar of the Arcserve Unified Data Resilience Platform is all about recovery.
With Arcserve UDP, you can reduce your downtime from days to minutes. That includes restoring faster with instant virtual machine (VM), bare metal recovery (BMR), and local and remote virtual standby. You can also validate your recovery time and recovery point objectives (RTOs/RPOs) and service-level agreements with automated testing and granular reporting.
Add it all up, and it means that Arcserve UDP is the all-in-one solution you can count on for business continuity.
Data Resilience With the Lowest TCO: Built for Midmarket Companies
Like many midmarket companies, you rely on SaaS solutions like Microsoft 365 to keep your business running. Arcserve UDP protects Microsoft 365 workloads, including Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, and OneDrive for Business on-premises. The software also offers deep data reduction, granular recovery, and more.
With IT budgets always a concern, it’s important to note that Arcserve is the industry's lowest total cost of ownership (TCO) unified data resilience provider.
By working with an Arcserve technology partner, you can identify your business's best data protection solutions. They’ll also work with you to control costs today and into the future and ensure you’re ready as threats evolve and technologies advance.
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