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    Once you've established how an attacker penetrated your network's defenses, and what they did after gaining access, the real work of restoring data begins in the wake of a security breach.

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  • Understanding Exchange Server 2007 backup and disaster recovery

    Exchange Server 2007 backup and disaster recovery has evolved. Learn about new Exchange 2007 features and tools to backup and restore data more reliably.

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    ESD's engineering data was growing so fast, its backups could not keep up. The firm turned to the cloud for a backup system that could scale and meet its budget.

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  • Backup software evolves to take on data management tasks

    In 2008, data backup software vendors are making moves to integrate a whole host of functionality into their products. This article examines backup software capabilities today and takes a look ahead to the future.

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  • How does agentless backup of virtual servers work?

    How does agentless backup of virtual servers work? How does the system understand what needs to be backed up?

    Brien Posey9,770 pointsBadges:
  • Are there backup software products that support object storage?

    Have you heard of any backup software products that support object storage? Do you expect more will eventually? Why or why not?

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  • Backup 2014: Acquisitions, spinoffs and cloud-to-cloud emerge

    Backup 2014 included breakups as Symantec divorced itself, acquisition as EMC picked up cloud-to-cloud backup and additions as Hitachi Data Systems got into disk backup.

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  • Restoring data remains a challenge, but new technologies emerge

    The lines between backup, DR, archive, file sync and primary storage blurred in 2014 to streamline processes, reduce redundant copies and help with protecting and restoring data.

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  • N-able by SolarWinds introduces MSP backup manager offering

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  • IBM Tivoli Storage Manager vs. traditional backup

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