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ALSO CALLED: Data Protection, CDP, Enterprise Data Backups, Recovery Management, Continuous Backups, Backup and Recovery Management
DEFINITION: Continuous data protection (CDP), also called continuous backup, is a storage system in which all the data in an enterprise is backed up whenever any change is made. In effect, CDP creates an electronic journal of complete storage snapshots, one storage snapshot for every instant in time that data modification occurs.A major advantage of CDP is the fact that it preserves a record of every transaction  … 

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Demo: Microsoft Windows 2008 Protection and Recovery Using FalconStor CDP
sponsored by FalconStor Software
PRODUCT DEMO: Access this video demonstration for a detailed look at FalconStor CDP’s ability to protect physical servers and virtual machines, support direct attached storage along with iSCSI and fiber channel SAN connectivity and to work with clustered shared storage.
Posted: 21 Jul 2010 | Premiered: 21 Jul 2010

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Demo: Protecting Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Using FalconStor CDP
sponsored by FalconStor Software
PRODUCT DEMO: Watch this video demonstration to see exactly how FalconStor Continuous Data Protector is used to protect and recover your Microsoft SQL Server data.
Posted: 21 Jul 2010 | Premiered: 21 Jul 2010

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