disk imaging

disk imaging

Copying the contents of a disk to another disk bit for bit. The copied disk is a 100% duplicate of the original, including all data, free space and slack space. See disk image.
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NetJapan, Inc., publisher of disk imaging backup, system disaster recovery, and virtualization software solutions, has released ActiveImage Protector 4 SP1, a significant update to its flagship product for small office and home users.
Manchester, United Kingdom, June 16, 2016 --(PR.com)-- Macrium Software, the disk imaging solution specialists, welcome Ricky Patel to the sales team as Channel Manager.
For future projects involving videos on DVD, we plan to skip the disk imaging and just generate MP4 files directly from the DVDs.
Using advanced, fast disk imaging technology, files, folders, partitions or entire disks can be securely backed up to an easily recoverable image.
"We're bringing disk imaging to the table to meet the evolving needs of our channel partners and customers, as this has been a highly requested feature," says Shane Bingham, Business Development Manager at IDrive.
Fast, scalable disk imaging with frisbee, In: USENIX03 (San Antonio, TX, June), USENIXASSOC, p.
Restore to a new computer--Make sure your disk imaging and backup software can restore the image of your old computer to new, dissimilar hardware.
Acronis' patented disk imaging and disk management technology have won broad industry acclaim and numerous awards for excellence in data protection, backup and recovery, system deployment, and server migration for both physical and virtual machine servers.
Acronis, Inc., South San Francisco, Calif., a technological leader in storage management solutions, launched Acronis True Image 9.0, a consumer retail version of the most advanced offering in its expanding family of award-winning workstation and server disk imaging, backup, and disaster recovery software.
In addition, while tape can be used for disk imaging, its speed and capacity makes it more suited for off-line archiving of file-based backups rather than being used for online, image-based backups.
The National Institute of Justice (NIJ) presents Partial Results from Prototype Testing Efforts for Disk Imaging Tools: SafeBack 2.0, April 2003, which documents partial results obtained during prototype-testing efforts of SafeBack 2.0, an electronic evidence preservation tool that creates mirror-image backups of computer hard disk drives.
They were tested against the Disk Imaging Tool Specification, developed by the CFTT staff.