Case Study: The Royal National Institute of Blind People
sponsored by Hewlett-Packard Company

Like many organizations, the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) has to protect and back up all of its critical operating data. Previously, the company employed a traditional tape backup method, which was time consuming, cumbersome, and risky. Consequently, the RNIB sought a new solution that would be robust, reliable and enable a simpler backup strategy.

This two-page paper examines how the RNIB implemented a backup and recovery solution that uses automatic, continuous and secure backup to the cloud to ensure their data is fully protected at all times. Read on to discover benefits they now enjoy such as improved RTO and RPO, reduced labor costs, continuous data protection and more.

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