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Arcserve completes merger with StorageCraft, brings value to partners and customers

Arcserve, the data and ransomware protection provider, has completed its proposed merger with StorageCraft.

Arcserve states the company's expanded global reach, breadth of product portfolio and combined innovation investments bring immediate differentiation and value to the market.

Channel partners and customers can now solve all their data management and protection needs with a range of solutions from a single vendor.

In addition, they have an assured roadmap to support evolving data infrastructures and workloads that span DRaaS, BaaS, SaaS protection, hybrid and converged data management, direct to cloud data protection, and workload migration to the cloud - or any other infrastructure.

As a result of the merger, the now significantly expanded Arcserve solutions portfolio brings simplification and agility to channel organisations, the company states.

It allows them to simplify the selling process with solutions, services, and support from one vendor while also providing diversification to help expand addressable market share, scale revenue, and create margin opportunities.

Flexible perpetual license and subscription business models will further optimise market and revenue opportunities, and offer more options when it comes to commerce.

A technology integration and innovation roadmap focusing on the entire Arcserve solution portfolio, including that of StorageCraft, an Arcserve company, will soon deliver an advanced set of data protection and recovery solutions managed through a single pane of glass.

The company plans to provide a fast-track innovation path to give channel organisations easy access to the future of data protection, ensuring they stay ahead of customer needs through the evolution from current to next-generation infrastructures and data workloads, including hyper-converged, multi-cloud, containers, edge infrastructures, and next-generation cloud data centres.

Arcserve CEO Tom Signorello says, "Until now, there was no single company able to provide a solution portfolio to solve all customer data protection and business continuity needs with simplicity, agility, affordability, and scale.

“The new Arcserve just changed the game. We have a clear and compelling vision for our future. One that will bring much-needed business continuity, an exciting future roadmap, and certainty for our customers.”

Arcserve has long been focused on providing solutions to protect the digital assets of organisations in need of full-scale, comprehensive data protection.

Established in 1983, the company specialises in business continuity solutions that safeguard multi-generational IT infrastructures with applications and systems in any location, on-premises, and in the cloud.

Organisations in more 150 countries around the world utilise Arcserve's integrated technologies to help eliminate the risk of data loss and extended downtime while reducing the cost and complexity of backing up and restoring data.

Arcserve is headquartered in Minneapolis with locations around the world.

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