2008 Trends In Backup And Data Protection
April 2, 2008
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Backup remains as problematic as ever, but there are several emerging trends in technology and functional convergence that should address some of the biggest challenges: increasing capacities, shrinking backup windows, increasing recovery point requirements, and limited budgets. This report takes a look at the trends that are changing traditional backup and that will affect purchasing decisions over the next 12 months.
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Table of Contents
- Backup Is Complicated By Interdependencies And Technology
- Select A Backup Application That's A One-Stop Shop For Data Protection
- Use Deduplication To Store More Data On Disk Affordably
- To Improve Backup, You Have To Address The Whole Ecosystem
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