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IT in Europe - June 2011

Providing the most efficient and cost-effective disaster recovery (DR) plan is essential to any organization.  But as you probably know – finding the most affordable technique to provide this is not always a walk in the park.   Access >>>

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    • Snapshots: The alternative backup by W. Curtis Preston

      Snapshot-based backup, also known as near-continuous data protection, is one of the most efficient ways to provide operational recovery, and you can forget about backup windows.

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      Anyone who has struggled with configuring storage for VMware virtual servers will be happy to hear help is at hand; just look inside your storage array.

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      Hybrid cloud storage products provide the best of both worlds -- local storage that's tightly integrated with off-site cloud storage services.

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