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Organizations may be surprised to find SSD space eaten up by write-back cache. Here's how to prepare for that.
With Windows Server 2012 R2 and earlier, admins have access to write-back caching, leading to reasonable improvements for mission-critical workloads.
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Mobile device data protection is growing in importance, but challenges remain.
In this tip, we highlight five essential best practices for protecting business data stored on mobile devices and tablets, and identify readily available technologies that can be used to implement them.
In this Expert Answer, Brien Posey discusses whether CDP can be used for laptop and mobile device backup.
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