Archiware P5 Backup Base License

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    Archiware P5 Backup Base License

    24-48 Hour Electronic Delivery

    Jigsaw Code: X800AAH
    Manufacturer Code: APP5BACKUP

    • Number of Server Licenses: 1
    • Distribution Type: Licence

    Platform:  cross platform cross platform

    Availability:  24-48 Hour Electronic Delivery

    £750.00£900.00 incVAT

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    P5 Backup is the fully automatic high-performance backup and restore solution for optimally saving mission critical data to tape or disk. Even interruptions during backup processes are possible.

    Software for professional use that can be setup within minutes, P5 Backup lets you backup server data to disk or tape (like LTO-6), as well as backup and restore cross-platform on Mac, Linux, Windows and Solaris. It also works seamlessly with P5 Synchronize and Archive, allowing broad data availability options.

    P5's server backup is browser-based and allows easy configuration, administration and monitoring - regardless of your location. The backup will include all your data as well as extended attributes, permissions, resource forks etc. Through parallelization, ?P5 Backup software supports multiple drives, tasks and clients simultaneously. ?Even large data sets can be backed up in the shortest time possible. Backups are interruptible, and will be filled in automatically with the next run. Even partial backups are restorable.

    Growing with your requirements, P5's modular design allows for optimal scaling to fit your needs.?There are no limits on possible growth: you can easily add further Archiware products, hardware or media?to expand your setup.


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