Breaking Through the Dissimilar Hardware Restore Challenge
sponsored by Symantec Corporation

Hardware failure is inevitable. To combat the erosion of data and the failure of systems, backup procedures must be designed to account for the eventual failure of a computer's hardware. And electronic media is transitory because it must continually be juggled from one storage device to another during its lifetime. While many system failures do not involve hardware failure, those that do must still be addressed in a timely and cost-effective manner. Even if the hardware must be replaced, the need for a rapid system recovery solution exists. Bare metal recovery has two major approaches: automated and manual. Each has advantages and disadvantages.

This white paper will review:

  • Automated system recovery
  • Manual system recovery
  • Using duplicate hardware for Disaster Recovery
  • Hardware-independent restore
Defend against system failures. Download this white paper today.
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