The 2012 Editors' Best Awards were based on a product's strategic importance to market, its competitive advantages, and its value to customers.
According to magazine editors:
• "CA ARCserve High Availability is a top-notch solution that protects all aspects of the Windows environment, including system state, applications, and data."
• "Offering seamless and automatic failover and failback, CA ARCserve High Availability provides high availability for your most critical applications, including Microsoft Exchange Server, SQL Server and SharePoint, as well as your other business-specific applications."
• "Knowing that a single interruption or loss can mean irreparable damage to your business, there's no more stress-reducing product you could add to your environment."
"While data growth and complexity continue unchecked, customers must still ensure their business systems are available at all times," said Steve Fairbanks, vice president of product delivery, Data Management, CA Technologies. "We are proud that CA ARCserve is once again recognized as a compelling, comprehensive solution for addressing the most complex business continuity challenges in even the most difficult IT environments."
CA ARCserve solutions have earned Editors' Best awards from Windows IT Pro for three consecutive years.
"For our 2012 Editors' Best Awards, we've leveraged the industry expertise of our editors and authors to bring additional recognition to great products in today's market," said Jason Bovberg, senior editor, Windows IT Pro. "We're proud to now share this invaluable information with our Windows IT Pro and SQL Server Pro communities. The 2012 winners should be extremely proud of this recognition from our editorial experts."
About CA Technologies
CA Technologies (NASDAQ: CA) provides IT management solutions that help customers manage and secure complex IT environments to support agile business services. Organizations leverage CA Technologies software and SaaS solutions to accelerate innovation, transform infrastructure and secure data and identities, from the data center to the cloud.www.ca.com.