sponsored by Zenith Infotech
Posted:  24 Nov 2009
Published:  24 Nov 2009
Format:  PDF
Length:  8  Page(s)
Type:  Presentation Transcript
Language:  English

According to industry statistics, the majority of a typical company's data doesn't reside on data center storage -- it lives on the "edge." The edge may be desktop PCs, laptops or even smart phones and PDAs. Often, the data that these devices hold falls through the backup cracks and is inadequately protected, if at all. In this transcript, W. Curtis Preston describes the most effective techniques, tools and best practices for protecting edge or mobile data including:


  • Backing up remote sites to the data center
  • Backing up laptops
  • Using cloud storage services
  • Smartphone and PDA back up

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