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InformationWeek: Bolstering Business Continuity

Aug 30, 2002, 01:00 (7 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Martin J. Garvey)

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"IT execs looking for an affordable boost in their business-continuity strategies may want to consider Quantum Corp.'s network-attached storage server.

"Typically, companies back up their data overnight when the network is idle--a practice that leaves each day's new data exposed until sundown. But Quantum's Guardian 4400 Linux server gives customers the option to fire off snapshots of information automatically throughout the day without shutting down the network or interfering with user access. The device starts at $4,300 and is believed to be the least expensive of its kind that can back up during business hours..."

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