In a perfect world, hardware would never fail and software would never crash. In the real world, we back up everything. Disasters strike every day and you have the potential to lose everything; everything from personnel files to critical compliance data. Several items in your disaster recovery plan need to be analyzed to ensure total protection.
SEP and GWAVA have teamed up to create a total disaster recovery solution for your organization. SEP and GWAVA each have individual components that protect your infrastructure at different levels. Together, they provide a comprehensive solution to protect your organization.
At the messaging platform level, Reload from GWAVA provides hot back-up and restore of GroupWise and is used as a backup site if the first site were to fail in the event of a disaster.
At the heart of the infrastructure level, SEP sesam is an online enterprise data backup, restore and disaster recovery solution for your entire system.
At the email archiving level, Retain from GWAVA provides email archiving, search and discovery of your email across the GroupWise system, providing compliance capabilities.
At a bare metal restore level, SEP sesam is a backup solution to get point-in-time information on to removable media that can be stored off site easily for disaster purposes and has bare metal restore capabilities to get the system back up and running quickly.
This Total Disaster Recovery Solution provides maximum protection and the best tools to get you back up and running when disaster strikes.
The GroupWise Disaster Recovery Tour is coming to you soon!
Join us on
April 28 at the Los Angeles Marriott Downtown
May 3 at the Chicago Marriott Oak Brook
May 12 at the Courtyard New York Manhattan/Times Square South
June 28 at the Dallas Marriott Suites Market Center
July 14 at the Denver Marriott Tech Center
To reserve a seat and find out more information, please register online
Both GWAVA and SEP are giving away $25 gift cards. Don’t miss out!
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