There is a definite need for better data protection solutions in today's enterprise data centers. The question is whether to continue with
software-only backup and recovery solutions, or to make the move to a purpose-built backup appliance with deduplication capabilities.
Clearly, the simplicity and completeness of the appliance model are attractive, but what other less-obvious considerations should weigh into
This paper provides a structured approach to assessing the
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