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ITObserver: Optimising Data Protection In Linux Environments

May 12, 2006, 07:00 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Ken Horner)

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"The need to balance business continuity with cost has created a new set of storage best practices that blend backup and recovery with leading-edge data replication to accommodate varying information availability requirements. Conventional data protection methodologies are simply insufficient as traditional backup and recovery technologies can be unreliable, slow and require an inordinate amount of administration. By adding replication to data-intensive Linux environments, however, enterprises of all sizes can refine and improve the efficiency, simplicity and effectiveness of their data protection strategies while strengthening business operations substantially..."

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