How leading UK travel services company Atcore got more out of their Data Protector investment

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We always love to share a story where Data Protector has made significant impact to not only organizations but those people who are responsible for managing the backup and recovery environment!  We enjoyed hearing from Gary Pyett, Systems Consultant at ATCORE Technology, who shares how Data Protector helps him "meet the SLAs we commit to our customers for performance and uptime."

actore.jpgOne of the UK’s most established and innovative travel technology groups, Atcore, offers market-leading solutions that are integral to the continued success of the household names it powers. Atcore has been a user of Data Protector for many years, but the ever-growing volumes of data and the challenge of virtual machine protection was increasing the complexity of its backup and recovery environment and putting pressure on its existing data protection strategy.

“We achieved a 10:1 deduplication rate with Data Protector. This means our backup traffic is reduced by 90 percent, a massive improvement that was just the start for us.”

-- Gary Pyett, Systems Consultant, ATCORE Technology Ltd

Read the full story to find out how Atcore met the challenge of virtual machine protection, reducing the backup window and improving RTO with a combination of Data Protector VMware integration, HPE StoreOnce storage arrays, SAN transportation, and Cloud Bank Azure storage for offsite retention.

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