Disk-to-Disk Backup and Recovery: A Guide for the Technical Decision Maker

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Businesses today face unrelenting data growth. IT staffs struggle to ensure data availability under tight fiscal constraints. The unreliability and demanding management requirements of traditional tape-based backup-especially in light of stringent regulatory requirements-are putting pressure on network administrators to eliminate manual, error- and risk-prone processes in order to ensure their data is secure and compliant. Consequently, other critical objectives such as supporting distributed environments and complying with regulatory requirements often are not satisfactorily met.

Disk-to-disk backup answers these challenges. It lets organizations securely and efficiently protect their servers and desktops against data loss. It offers the ability to immediately move backed up copies of data securely off-site, away from potential disasters. Greater security and reliability, and easier, more centralized administration make disk-to-disk backup a compelling choice for businesses of all sizes.

In this white paper, you will learn about the technology and architecture that underlie the growing adoption of disk-to-disk backups, and in particular how i365 solutions work.

i365, makers of Evault
Feb 8, 2021
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