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Lookout NDMP backup, with snapshots your birthdays are numbered!

14
August

In case you didn’t know” NDMP was conceived in 1995 and celebrates its 17th birthday this year.” In dog years that would make it 119 years old.’ In tech years, more like 170 years, which is probably a light estimate.’ And while NDMP may be getting long in the […]

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Can you see me now?

10
August

By Tom Giuliano,’Senior Product Marketing Manager, EMC Backup Recovery Systems Division Imagine you’re on a sailboat out in the middle of the ocean.’ I’m talking way, way off shore.’ You can’t see land.’ You’re alone but that’s OK because you have tons of boating experience ‘ you love adventure […]

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Disaster strikes Doyenz disaster recovery cloud • The Register

9
August

Disaster has struck UK customers of the Doyenz rCloud disaster recovery service: it’s apparently closing down. The rCloud service was launched in Blighty in November 2011, and is hosted in Interxion’s London data centre. It claimed to be a disaster recovery service that could drastically reduce the time needed […]

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Does New LTO-6 Add Fuel to the Debate between Tape and Disk for Long Term Data Retention?

2
August

By Robert Spurzem, Senior Product Marketing Manager,EMC Backup Recovery Systems In a word’no. New LTO-6 tape drives and media are expected to ship in 2012 with the promise of new records in tape performance and capacity.’ LTO-6 purports a raw capacity of 3TB compressed and 8TB compressed, representing a […]

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