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Arise Virtual Solutions Shrinks Application Recovery Times to Minutes with Actifio Sky for Branch Office Data Management

Actifio®, the copy data virtualization company, today announced that Arise Virtual Solutions Inc., the leading global provider of virtual, work-at-home business process outsourcing (BPO) and crowdsourcing solutions, has deployed Actifio Sky™ to ensure data accessibility, and business resiliency across their distributed organization’s many locations. An existing customer of Actifio’s CDS solution within its main datacenter, Arise recently implemented Actifio Sky at several branch office data centers including Miramar, Florida and Edinburgh, Scotland for data consolidation and protection.

After replacing multiple local backup products in its offices with Actifio Sky, Arise is now able to fully restore application services for branch office data centers in less than 90 minutes. Actifio Sky captures Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, SharePoint and other data in several virtual machines, deduplicates and backs up the data and efficiently replicates it back to the Actifio CDS system in the central Arise datacenter.

“Arise Virtual Solutions’ core innovation is in our scalable virtual workforce platform, and that drives the value we deliver to our customers,” said Arise CIO Martin Ingram. “To remain productive for our clients, we need IT services that are highly resilient and efficient, no matter where the IT infrastructure and data are located. Actifio Sky lets us extend our core Actifio capabilities to manage and protect the critical data for our customers across multiple locations from one central repository. This has helped significantly reduce our administration time, letting our team focus more of its time on service delivery and development.”

Announced in May, Actifio Sky is a new generation offering built on the company’s Virtual Data Pipeline™ technology that extends the power of copy data virtualization from the data center to edge of the enterprise and into the cloud. Actifio Sky offers a new level of deployment flexibility and range, enabling seamless data management wherever the enterprise data is located to improve data protection, governance and analytics. Today, Sky is offered first for Remote / Branch Offices (ROBOs) and for cloud deployments for businesses looking to shift enterprise workloads into the cloud. Together with Actifio’s CDS data center appliance, Actifio Sky eliminates barriers to data mobility between the edge to the core, enabling transformational data management velocity and scale across the enterprise.

“Actifio Sky demonstrates the strength of our underlying technology and brings it to a new audience of customers who want to tap the power of copy data virtualization in whatever form is most useful – whether that’s a fully-integrated hardware system, a virtual appliance or a cloud-based service that’s available on demand and accessible through any device,” said Actifio founder and CEO Ash Ashutosh. “This vision is becoming reality through companies like Arise who are deploying Actifio flexibly to meet their business needs.”

For more information on Actifio Sky, visit: http://www.actifio.com/products/actifio-sky/

About Arise Virtual Solutions

Arise Virtual Solutions is a work-at-home, business process outsourcing company that uniquely blends crowdsourcing innovation, virtual technology and operational efficiencies to deliver better results. Recognized as a work-at-home call center pioneer, Arise has been delivering services in the cloud for over 15 years, through its network of tens of thousands of independent, work-at-home customer service, sales and technical support providers in the United States, Canada, the Europe. Arise provides flexible and cost-effective customer contact, business processing, e-learning and consulting solutions to premium brands around the world, including many Fortune 150 and 500 companies.

About Actifio

Actifio® delivers copy data virtualization to hundreds of global enterprise customers and service provider partners in more than 30 countries around the world. The patented Actifio Virtual Data Pipeline™ technology decouples data from infrastructure, enabling dramatic improvements in business resiliency, agility, and access to the cloud. Actifio replaces siloed data management products with a radically simple, application-centric, SLA-driven approach that lets customers capture data from production applications, manage it more economically, and use it how, when and where they need to. Actifio is headquartered just outside Boston, Massachusetts, and can be reached via the web (actifio.com), Twitter (@actifio), or email at [email protected].

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