Backup Systems and Services

LWG Consulting Takes Business Continuity to the Next Level

Provided by Commvault

Category Backup Systems and Services

Type Case Study

Length 4

Publish Date May 17 2011

Date posted December 03 2012

Overview

LWG Consulting is a global company that works primarily with insurance companies to determine the nature and extent of damage or loss while also providing a full range of disaster recovery solutions to help organizations better protect their assets.

Most of the company's investigations involve a significant amount of high-resolution photography, which fueled aggressive data growth that overwhelmed their existing legacy systems. Database corruption issues persisted, full backups took months to complete and business continuity requirements kept increasing dramatically.

LWG updated its legacy systems to a modern data management platform with cutting edge data compression technology. Check out this short case study to learn about the many benefits LWG is enjoying, including:

- 92.6% storage space savings at all locations
- Full backups performed in just 2 hours
- Over $1 million in TCO costs
- And more

 

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