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backup and restore

(1) Backing up files and recovering them after a system failure. See backup types, backup software, LAN-free backup and checkpoint/restart.

(2) (Backup and Restore) The backup control panel in Windows 7. In Windows XP, the Backup utility is in System Tools (Start menu/Programs/Accessories), and File History is the Windows 8 backup control panel.
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While D2D and host-based D2D options are front and center in the ongoing tape versus disk debate, VTL solutions from vendors such as Alacritus, Diligent, IBM, Quantum, SEPATON, and StorageTek are also becoming increasingly popular among users because of their ability to boost backup and restore performance with virtually none of the side effects of the other approaches.
Also, CLARiiON with ATA disk-based backup and restore offers greater levels of reliability over offline media through CLARiiON's highly available architecture and unique data integrity and disk scrubbing technologies.
Script-free usage via intuitive GUI: Allow simple management of all backup and restore tasks within the one interface.
The innovative technology behind Dantz Retrospect backup and restore software allows SMBs with little or no IT staff to easily back up Exchange Server with full confidence.
The flexibility of Diligent's ProtecTIER platform allows us to implement a high availability infrastructure, with no single point of failure, management capabilities and full transparency to existing backup and restore applications.
There is a variety of emerging backup and restore technologies that can help storage administrators successfully execute against their policies.
The VTL emulates physical tape libraries and drives while using disk to improve backup and restore performance and reliability to help companies meet their backup and recovery objectives.
Software Costs: Agents on individual hosts for backup and restore are consolidated to a single media server, potentially reducing or negating the need for application specific tools and software licenses.
Backup and restore complete systems or selected files using the graphical interface with a step-by-step real time tutorial.
Tape libraries have been the primary technology deployed in traditional backup and restore environments.