Success Stories

Learn why IT professionals choose Unitrends Backup, Replication, and Disaster Recovery Solutions

Santalucia Insurances

Santalucia Insurances

“ReliableDR is unique. It has eliminated the need for manual DR testing & guarantees that our RPO & RTO for email & other business critical IT Services can always be met…whatever the scenario.” - Diego Gonzalez, Santalucia Insurance

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Last Updated: 02/27/2014
Categories: Software Success Stories ReliableDR Health Care Insurance 


Saunderson House

Saunderson House

Saunderson House, a 2013 Investment Week’s Fund Manager of the Year award-winning chartered firm of independent financial advisers, is utilizing PHD’s Recovery Management Suite for data protection, and automation of disaster recovery testing, failover and failback.

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W & O Event Management

W & O Event Management

Since deploying ReliableDR, W&O now benefits from fully automated, daily DR testing of its business critical applications and has the confidence that if a disaster were to occur, it would know exactly how long it would take to fully recover its business applications in any scenario.

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Last Updated: 02/27/2014
Categories: Software Success Stories ReliableDR Recreation 


KSBJ/NGEN Radio

KSBJ/NGEN Radio

Both parent station, KSBJ, and NGEN, rely on public donations—reaching out to its listeners — so neither can afford to overspend on the business operations, including the systems that store their electronic records. Among other important information, these records contain the financial data used to track annual Sharathon funds that provide the basis for the radio network’s budget each fiscal year. That data must be accurate to ensure that KSBJ and NGEN retain their 501(c)3 non-profit status.

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Last Updated: 07/22/2013
Categories: Success Stories Unitrends Backup Non-Profit 


Hebron Schools

Hebron Schools

Schools and Districts like Hebron have moved to a digital environment to manage student records, creating demand for protection of its mission-critical data center. Hebron School’s technology director John Lindemer was well aware of the importance of needing improved performance in data protection. Hebron was using a tape backup solution, which seemed to be causing more problems than preventing. Lindemer was frustrated with the slow backups and unreliable restores. “Many times tapes had stretched, went bad or the drive would not read the good tape because the drive itself was defective,” Lindemer said. Lindemer’s frustration mirrors several computer techs’ anxieties of dealing with unreliable tape backups. “I needed a solution that restores data when I need it and would not break down without warning,” Lindemer remarked.

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Last Updated: 06/15/2013
Categories: Success Stories Recovery-Series Education 


Holmen School District

Holmen School District

Like all schools with a growing dependence on its data center, Holmen School District needed a quick, reliable and inexpensive data protection for its growing database. The District’s database included critical data, such as student information, financial records and health records, that was in jeopardy under the protection of Backup Exec’s solution. IT Specialist Matt Kalisz knew the School District needed a more reliable recovery solution for the District’s network.

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Last Updated: 06/15/2013
Categories: Success Stories Recovery-Series Education 


KBA North America

KBA North America

The Texas site’s data center became responsible for more servers supporting different software and storage architectures. KBA’s existing backup, which used Backup Exec software and LTO tape, was not scalable and could not support Unix systems. To avoid data loss either by human error or network crashes, KBA required a backup solution that provided whole system recovery capabilities. A Texas-based systems integrator and Unitrends’ partner, Network Performance, Inc. (NPI) proposed Unitrends as a solution.

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Last Updated: 06/15/2013
Categories: Hardware Success Stories Recovery-Series Manufacturing 


Momentum Group

Momentum Group

Momemtum Group was using ARCserve and several tape media and drives to serve as its data protection solution. The growing textile business protects roughly 2 TB of data, and the strain of using various solutions for different platforms was slowing productivity for the IT department and hindering system performance and reliability. “It was a tedious process prone to failure,” John Hester, System Administrator, Momentum Group said. “As data grew, we simply ran out of hours in the day to complete the backups.” The company’s IT department was using 4mm DAT tapes, several drives and a variety of backup software depending on the operating system being backed up. The confusion of using several solutions for multiple platforms was causing major setbacks; using ARCserve for Windows servers, another vendor for Linux backups and several tapes for various Linux hosts. “We had to create a spreadsheet listing servers and days of the week so we knew which tape had to be inserted in which drive on a particular day,” Hester said.

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Last Updated: 06/15/2013
Categories: Hardware Success Stories Recovery-Series Manufacturing 


Rappahannock General Hospital

Rappahannock General Hospital

Rappahannock General Hospital was using several backup vendors to protect a growing amount of data from foundation and engineering software to physician practices and hospital information systems. They had DLT tapes and DAT tapes running on Backup Exec and Arcserve. The challenges of unreliable backup and recoveries created a growing concern for RGH. Backup Exec and Arcserve’s backups were not serving its purpose as a source of data protection for the hospital’s IT infrastructure. Both software products were very confusing to use and were not helping to do the job in securing data. Tape is also an unreliable method for recovering data, and the costs have little to no return on investment.

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Last Updated: 06/15/2013
Categories: Success Stories Recovery-Series Health Care 


Rollins College

Rollins College

Rollins College uses a system, the Banner Database, to control several vital functions the college depends on for student and faculty demands. The database controls Rollins’ financial data and enables students to register for classes, as well as other major functions that help run operations.

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Last Updated: 06/15/2013
Categories: Success Stories Recovery-Series Education 


Washington County

Washington County

Washington County’s tedious backup process for its growing data network was turning into an uphill battle for senior technical support analyst, Doug Oliver. The company used Commvault as its primary data protection solution. As Washington County’s data center grew to 7 TB, Commvault could not scale unless the organization was willing to commit to a major investment. “We had to pay for every client,” Doug Oliver said...

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Last Updated: 06/15/2013
Categories: Success Stories Recovery-Series Government 


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