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Continuous Data Protection for the Server, Desktop and Remote User

Solved.IT has recognised that the regular eight-hour workday is quickly becoming a distant memory. As well as individuals working in an office, more and more people are working from home or on the road - anytime day or night - usually connecting back into the office via an internet based solution.

IT Managers often find it difficult to enforce backup policies and procedures as the end user is often responsible for clicking on an icon on their desktop and this can easily be ignored. With CDP the backup automatically occurs with no end user intervention as soon as that user connects to the network and any subsequent changes that user make whilst connected to the network happen in real time.

Replacing Tape Backup

Within the industry, tape backup systems are known to be unreliable and prone to human error. Data recovery from backup tapes fail more than 50% of the time, and can be up to 400x slower than recovering data from a disk. Issues include high cost and time and effort to administer tape backup systems - rotating tapes, checking them and transporting them to a secure safe offsite location.

Why use tape backup when there is CDP? Click Here to read more in our CDP white paper.


Each minute of downtime in today’s business environment is extremely costly. In fact, an extended downtime can actually doom a small- to medium sized organisation. Taking backup and disaster recovery seriously is the only real insurance to prevent this possibility.

Companies of all sizes rely on servers, desktops and laptops to run their businesses and retain key business information. However, technical systems can become faulty and software can become corrupted, viruses can spread and there is always the threat of natural disasters, like the major flooding across the UK in 2007. If such an event occurs, a large number of companies are not prepared for such eventualities and are unable to quickly resume operations and ensure their business is up and running as soon as possible. Whether an entire network, a single server or an important file is lost, the Recovery Time Objective (RTO) is immediate to all businesses.

Using a CDP appliance and a combination of Off Site Data Backup and “Bare Metal Recovery”, IT professionals are able to ensure downtime is kept to a minimum and businesses are back up and running as soon possible.

To find out how this works, Click Here on our Bare Metal Recovery Datasheet.

For More information on Solved.IT CDP Solutions visit our Case Studies Section.