Two More Customer Wins for Vault400
April 1, 2014 Alex Woodie
United Computer Group recently announced it has signed agreements with Digi-Star International and Harbor Footwear to provide the company with online backup and recovery services via its Vault400 offering.
Digi-Star is a Wisconsin-based company that supplies a variety of electronics to farmers all over the world. The company makes electronic sensing equipment, precision sensors, displays and software used by farmers and others to precisely measure and analyze data from farming processes.
In February, UCG announced that Digi-Star has selected Vault400 to protect its IBM i infrastructure. Digi-Star runs the JD Edwards World ERP system from Oracle. According to UCG, the implementation took just a few hours.
Also in February, UCG announced that the wholesale shoe distributor Harbor Footwear had signed up with Vault400. Based in Port Washington, New York, Harbor Footwear sells men’s boots and shoes, including the Giorgio Brutini, GBX, Impulse and Zengara brands.
Harbor Footwear picked the Quick Ship Recovery Program that UCG offers Vault400 customers. “VAULT 400 is an affordable, reliable, stress-free offsite backup solution,” Harbor Footwear operations manager Robert Engler stated in a press release.
Vault400 is a cloud-based backup and recovery service that uses online backup technology and UCG’s cloud recovery center. UCG gives Vault400 customers several options when it comes to recovery time objectives (RTO), including 12-hour, 24-hour, and 48-hour services. The company also offers high availability hosting services and as well as its Quick Ship program.