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If your data has the “Seven-Year Itch,” try Managed Backup – AWS

As a young Hollywood movie director, Martin Scorsese remembers the exact moment he decided to devote his time to historic film preservation and conservation. He had just walked out of a double-feature of the films “Niagara” and “The Seven-Year Itch,” both starring Marilyn Monroe and made just two years apart. “Niagara” was wonderfully intact and in fine condition, while “The Seven-Year Itch” was already badly faded. Since then, Scorsese and his nonprofit organizationThe Film Foundation, have restored more than 800 films and made them available to movie-goers around the world, in addition to helping all people ensure their films, digital files and videos survive through careful backup and protection from catastrophes.

Managed Backup - AWS

Managed Backup – AWS is well suited to address the needs of organizations looking to update or refresh their in-house legacy backup solutions, as well as organizations starting their journey to cloud.

That’s a little what Managed Backup – Amazon Web Services(AWS) from Sungard Availability Services (“Sungard AS”) is like for today’s enterprises looking to protect and preserve their data in the cloud. Managed Backup – AWS is a fully managed, SLA backed data protection service, that allows companies to back up data from their premises to AWS, giving them a more agile backup solution than what they already have, enhancing their business resilience along the way.

Why take on the hassle of onboarding the appropriate skills, setting up and managing the process of backing up data to the public cloud when Sungard AS has the tools and expertise to do it for you more quickly, accurately and economically? Think of it as Martin Scorsese coming to your home to backup all your home movies, videos, and even your DVD collection to a secure and cost-effective, easily accessible hyperscale cloud.