Disk-based backup podcast with Curtis Preston

Companies are replacing tape with disk-based backup to achieve faster backups and restores. W. Curtis Preston, vice president of data protection at GlassHouse Technologies, explains how adding data deduplication makes disk-based backup an even more compelling proposition.

More and more companies are replacing the tape in their backup infrastructure with disk in order to achieve faster backups and restores. W.Curtis Preston, vice president of data protection at GlassHouse Technologies, explains that adding data deduplication makes disk-based backup an even more compelling proposition for storage administrators.

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This was last published in November 2008

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