ENDPOINT BACKUP AND CONTINUOUS DATA PROTECTION FOR FILES ON DESKTOPS, LAPTOPS, AND SERVERS
Atempo Live Navigator (ALN) transparently backs up desktops, laptops and file servers in real-time and offers intuitive end-user self-service restore and access to all backed-up file versions.
FOCUS ON WHAT REALLY MATTERS: RESTORING YOUR DATA!
AUTONOMOUS END USERS
The end-user, self-service restore enables you to search and restore in many ways, whether a right-click in the Windows Explorer, using a wizard, using the Time Navigation interface from anywhere via a browser.
Manage your own data and your own restorations with the Live Navigator laptop backup solution. No need to bother your busy IT teams.
Live Navigator delivers efficient source and target deduplication between workstations and file servers only sends new data blocks to the backup server, optimizing storage space and network resources.
Very high dedupe rates are consistently returned and your data integrity is always in safe hands.
Through its multi-site hierarchical replication, Live Navigator combines high speed local restauration with centralized data protection. It results in an improved operational efficiency and reduced business risks.
Getting one file back, or one machine, or one hundred machines, everything is based on security, simplicity and rapidity.
BROAD OS SUPPORT
Secures data on the most popular laptops and workstations, running Windows, Mac OS X, or Linux.
Live Navigator is perfect for backing up larger file servers.
FILES AVAILABLE EVERYWHERE
Restore files from a lost or damaged laptop from any web browser in the world. Live Navigator's web restore makes it possible to retrieve a Powerpoint presentation minutes before going into an important meeting.
While Live Navigator offers the same, useful time navigation interface as Atempo Time Navigator, it can also share the same infrastructure using the same deduplication mechanisms and storage spaces.
LIVE NAVIGATOR SUCESS STORY: DUFRESNE CORRIGAN SCARLETT
Dufresne Corrigan Scarlett created an ecosystem of advertisement-oriented companies. Every day, they handle hundreds of image files located on many Windows and Mac OS X laptops.