UBD logoUniversal Backup Device

Instantly replace your tape backup with UBD for faster, more secure backups and restores. UBD is an all-flash appliance that plugs into your IBM i instead of your tape drive and supports the same CL and backup commands you are already using. Built in deduplication and replication simplifies your backup process and increases your Disaster Recovery protection. UBD supports backup for IBM i, Linux, AIX, and Windows servers. UBD is also available as a Windows VM.  More »

A backup solution needs to be rock solid dependable and just work. UBD has exceeded that expectation already.”
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LaserVault Replacador

 
Move copies of your backup offsite without tape. Deduplication with replication makes it possible. Replacador makes replication affordable.  More »
 
 
 


LVBackup

LVBackup is a tapeless disk-to-disk (D2D) backup system for IBM i (AS/400, iSeries,
System i) users. Backup your iSeries to disk with a TCP/IP connection. Your backups can easily be copied for
offsite backup or restored to the IBM i.  More »
 

LaserVault Backup is a very good solution. It gives us an easy way to restore object by object instead of having to restore full backups in order to get data for one file only.”
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LaserVault DMS10 with Workflow 

Store, index and retrieve documents and faxes across your network or the Internet using phones,
tablets, Windows or Linux.  More »
 

We use DMS for a multitude of documents: resolutions, ordinances, AP, payroll, HR, GIS, police records, fire EMS, risk management, business license applications, etc.”
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