|UBD Virtual Backup and Restore Solution|
|Best Seller! Universal Backup Device (UBD) is a virtual backup and restore solution for faster, more secure backups and restores. UBD is a fibre channel 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. It is also available as a Windows VM.
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|ViTL Virtual Tape Emulation Solution|
|Best Seller! ViTL is a virtual tape library backup solution for IBM i Power Systems. ViTL connects via Fibre Channel or SAS to your iSeries, System i, Linux or AIX system. Works with BRMS, Robot Save and IBM backup commands. ViTL gives you the ability to automatically replicate your data to the cloud for even better protection and it is more reliable than tape with easy web interface. No limit on size of virtual tape files other than available disk space. Save your backups without tape to your hard drive or NAS, SAN or Deduplication Appliance.
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|Laservault Backup Virtual Disk to Disk Solution|
|Best Seller! LVBackup is a virtual disk-to-disk (D2D) backup solution for IBM i (AS/400, iSeries, System i) users. Backup your iSeries to disk with a TCP/IP connection. LVBackup does not use Save Files on the iSeries. All you need is an iSeries, a Windows-based backup server and LaserVault software. Your backups can easily be copied for offsite backup or restored to your IBM i.
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|DMS 10 Document Management Solutions|
|Best Seller! DMS10 with Workflow is a complete Document Management System. With DMS10, you can store, index and retrieve documents and faxes across your network or the Internet using phones, tablets, Windows or Linux.
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