Free Guide: Implementing Data Duplication Technology
Tips on implementing data deduplication, the basics of deta deduplication, tips on storage data reduction, and the pros and cons of global dedupe and backup are highlighted in this guide.
Without question, data deduplication is one of the hottest technologies in data backup and data storage in the past several years, and it's critical to have a firm understanding of its basics if you're considering using it as part of your data backup strategy.
So whether you're just getting started with learning about deduplication, or you think you know everything about data dedupe, take our deduplication explained quiz.READ MORE ➦
Common criticisms about tape backup focus on moving data onto tape and then getting data off tape during a restore process. But Jon Toigo, president of Toigo Partners International, argues that in some cases, tape remains a good option to consider.READ MORE ➦
Data protection should always be a priority for IT storage pros, and some of 2012's most significant events bore that out. Hurricane Sandy proved the need for keeping data backed up after flooding knocked out networks on the East Coast.READ MORE ➦
To help you stay up to date on modern tape systems, we've collected our top 10 tips on tape data backup for you. Whether you want to buy a new tape library, are thinking of moving to LTO-4, want to learn the best way to take care of your tapes, or want to how to set up a tape rotation strategy, we have it on SearchDataBackup.com.READ MORE ➦
When backing up your organization's laptops and other mobile devices, the last thing you want to rely on is a bunch of USB drives, said Howard Marks, chief scientist at Networks Are Our Lives Inc. That's because thumb drives can be lost with the computers they're meant to back up.WATCH THE VIDEO ➦