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Rackspace Archiving, based on Rackspace's Cloud Files and Amazon's S3 cloud storage services, allows Rackspace hosted email customers to replicate message data into a cloud-based archive for long-term retention.
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A new Quantum cloud backup service, which operates using a virtual dedupe appliance and vmPRO, enables MSPs and VARs to white-label backup services.
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