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Published: 16 Oct 2012

Every once in a while, you stumble upon something you think will revolutionize the way people do something. I felt that way when I saw my first DVD player. I also remember the first VCR I ever saw, and feel it whenever I use my Tivo. I certainly felt the same the first time I saw BackupReport from Bocada. Trends and analysis reports Success and failure reports are noted by differently colored squares. Storage trends report shows how much of your storage capacity is coming from each backup server. If you're running ARCserve, Backup Exec, NetBackup, NetWorker, Omniback, or TSM, you'll definitely want to give this product a look. Storage administrators are asked to deal with extremely complex environments today. They need to administer storage area networks (SANs), network-attached storage (NAS) and often a number of backup and recovery products. Before they start their day, they just want an answer to one question: "How did my backups work last night?" Believe it or not, getting the answer to that question can be difficult. The following are some common ... Access >>>

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