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Backing up data using replication and deduplication



Posted by: Mkellett
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data backup
data deduplication
data replication
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Remote replicaton and data deduplication are two key technologies that are used for data backup. Furthermore, they’re often used together to back up branch offices to a central site.

In this podcast, W. Curtis Preston, executive editor of the Storage Media Group and independent backup expert, explains the pros and cons of backing up with replication and deduplication, the specific type of deduplication replication should be used with and the major vendors involved.

Listen to the podcast below hosted by Andrew Burton.

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