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Published on : Friday, November 8, 2013
In response to popular demand, CA Technologies today announced the extension of a competitive upgrade offer for data backup and recovery software targeted at customers seeking simple, affordable data protection and predictable cost-of-ownership.
Until March 31, 2014 eligible businesses who replace a competitor’s backup or disaster recovery software with CA ARCserve® can purchase an unlimited-use Managed Capacity license for their business for the next three years* – at a set price regardless of any organic growth in their storage requirements. At the end of the third year, customers can renew for the amount of data being protected at that time.
In addition, CA Technologies is offering its partners a 25 percent discount off the current standard CA ARCserve MSRP for both new and existing customers who upgrade to CA ARCserve Managed Capacity licensing.
CA ARCserve Managed Capacity licensing allows organizations to more flexibly mix and match functionality, and cost-effectively address their unique data protection requirements, offering one simple license, priced per terabyte of protected data.
CA ARCserve – with support for Linux and Windows Server 2012/Windows 8 – uniquely addresses the growing demand of customers and service providers for simple, comprehensive data protection across both physical and virtual environments. It features simplified solution licensing and pricing that offers greater economy and flexibility to achieve recovery time and recovery point objectives.
“We are seeing strong demand from customers looking for an alternative data protection solution, one that truly delivers the platform support to match their environment yet is also manageable, both from a cost and administrative standpoint,” said Chris Ross, vice president, Worldwide Sales, Data Management, CA Technologies. “With this promotion, we’re making it easier for organizations to see why CA ARCserve is rapidly becoming the tool of choice for those who want one simple solution to deliver a full range of cross-platform data protection capability.”
Source:- CA Technologies