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backup server

A computer in a network used to store copies of files from client machines or other servers. Such servers often have their disks set up in a RAID configuration to provide fault tolerance. See backup software, cloud storage, RAID and LAN-free backup.
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While the backup server Wardle set up allowed him to discover the Macs that remained infected by the Fruitfly variant, it also allowed him to quickly analyze how the malware worked.
With seeding option you can get your backup server data replicated to a local disk and shipped to cloud to initiate a seed backup process.
The Barracuda Backup Service includes a one-time hardware purchase of a Barracuda Backup Server, priced from $999, with an Energize Updates subscription, priced from $199 per year.
Arkeia has offered no-cost licenses for backup servers and agents since 2000, and currently offers no-cost licenses for Ubuntu and VMware environments.
Features include a more efficient backup transfer methods by better utilizing the available bandwidth between the backup server and the cloud.
The Barracuda Backup Server offers sufficient storage for a complete copy of an organization's current and historical data.
Also part of the new software suite is persistent binding of drives to applications, greatly simplifying usability by ensuring tape drives maintain a consistent presence to the backup server. Serviceability is improved, as well, providing users additional diagnostic capabilities, such as the new CryptoStor Trace Tool.--NeoScale Systems
For example, a simple process would present a copy of the data to the backup server which then backs it up, and then throws away the CDP copy.
Digital video easily downloads to an off-site backup server. Today's building security systems can also be enhanced using video analytics software, similar to what is being used by for U.S.
Arkeia developers incorporated Virtual Device Interface (VDI) technology to ensure a fast, reliable backup in Windows environments with a Linux or Unix backup server.
Customer evaluation accounts are automatically added to the backup server and their contact and billing information is captured and stored in any specified database.
Backup and recovery service providers utilize low-cost Internet connections through a secure network connection to a backup server located in a protected off-site data center vault, so data is automatically and immediately sent off-site.