Backup and Recovery Appliances

Marwitz, Caroline
June 2007
Windows IT Pro;Jun2007, Vol. 13 Issue 6, p29
The article offers suggestions on using a computer file backup and recovery appliance to protect or recover lost data. The appliance features preloaded components which uses the set it and forget it functionality. In acquiring one, the author discloses that one must consider agents, interoperability, point-in-time recovery, granularity of recovery, management features, application support and type of backup.


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