Microsoft has announced the availability of its Data Protection Manager disc-to-disc continuous data back-up system.
The software saves snapshots of data off Windows servers throughout the day to allow IT administrators to restore and back up files from disc faster.
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Data Protection Manager works on Windows Server 2003 and takes up to 64 snapshots of data, storing them on a standard server.
Prices begin at $950 (£560) per server.
Data Protection Manager had been under beta development for well over a year. IBM recently launched its own Tivoli Continuous Data Protection for Files solution.