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Aug 14 2019   3:57PM GMT

3-2-1 Backup Strategy

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The 3-2-1 backup is a reliable recovery methodology for ensuring that data is protected adequately and backup copies of the data are available when needed. Continued…

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“Off-site backup has always been a key piece of the 3-2-1 Rule of Backup: three copies of data, on two different media, with one of the copies off-site.” – Nick Cavalancia

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Continuous data protection offers recovery options _______ are simply not possible with a traditional backup system.
a. that
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