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Backup's New Data Protection Weapon: Instant Recovery
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PaulS681
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PaulS681,
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5/4/2014 | 8:20:12 PM
Re: Cost
Valid point Lorna and nice article Howard... We use DPM with disk and tape backup. While we don't have a backup image per say we have all relevant files on tape(ext HD) and Disk. If a file gets deleted, and I am notified promptly, I can get it back in minutes.

However I can see the benefit in having this Instant recovery feature. In some industries it would almost be required I think.
Lorna Garey
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Lorna Garey,
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4/29/2014 | 2:59:28 PM
Cost
Wouldn't all that disk be hideously expensive at scale? Instant is nice, but who can afford it except for a very limited number of systems?


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