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While Microsoft recommends performing a system state backup when backing up a DNS, it's an all-or-nothing proposition. Using alternative methods such as backing up Active Directory integrated zones is a better strategy for admins who want to back up DNS independently.
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Cisco CEO John Chambers announces plans to step down from the post after 20 years
EMC-owned converged infrastructure specialist expands portfolio of cloud-enabling platforms
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SSD-based cloud hosting firm opens new datacentre, while setting out its UK expansion plans
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Given the enormous thirst for data, coupled with the finite existence of copper and fiber optic cables that link clients and servers together, the need for powerful compression algorithms is self-evident. Has XLABS solved the problem with a 99% rate? They just may have.