New Data protection manager Case Study -- Sporton

New Data protection manager Case Study -- Sporton

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“When Sporton discovered how completely Data Protection Manager met their criteria, and that it was significantly more cost efficient than other products they had been evaluating, including offerings from CommVault and Symantec, they knew they had found the ideal solution.”

Organization Profile

Headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan, Sporton International Inc. (Sporton) is the largest electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) authentication, safety regulation detection, wireless network communication authentication, mobile phone authentication, and digital television authentication company in the market.

Business Situation

Sporton’s existing process for backing up and restoring data had become inefficient and unreliable. The company needed an easy-to-use solution that would reduce the time, resources, and budget required to manage their backup and recovery processes across for their corporate headquarters and their remote offices in Taiwan, China, and Korea.


By deploying a solution based on Microsoft System Center Data Protection Manager 2007, Sporton was able to reduce their total IT backup and recovery overhead dramatically, with faster deployment, decreased time to back up and recover data, decreased staff overhead, and reduced need for support and maintenance.


· 70% reduction in backup and recovery overhead

· 90% decrease in time to perform daily backups

· 70% reduction in time to troubleshoot back errors

· 90% decrease in file recovery time

· 70% savings in annual tape expenses

· 20% reduction in annual IT staff and maintenance

Software and Services
Microsoft System Center Data Protection Manager 2007

Vertical Industries
Wireless Telecommunications Industry


Click here to view more Customer Success Stories on DPM.


-- Jason Buffington / DPM product manager

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