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Vol. 6 No. 12 February 2008

Survey Says: Deduplication, VTL top wish list

Data deduplication and virtual tape libraries headed the list of top 10 storage networking technologies being considered, according to TheInfoPro's Wave 10 Storage Study. The research firm compiled the results through interviews with storage professionals, measuring budget dollars against technology implementation plans. "Backup is getting out of control," says Robert Stevenson, TheInfoPro's managing director of storage. "The [top] technologies are related to people redesigning or refreshing their backup environments. The primary motivator is trying to minimize tape growth." Click Here for a PDF of this Survey.

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    Data protection is changing rapidly, with point-in-time recoveries, fast legal discovery response and near real-time disaster recoveries becoming new requirements. To address these needs, enterprise backup applications are adding support for continuous data protection, deduplication, ediscovery, single-instance storage and the VMware Consolidated Backup framework. These backup suites promise not only integrated data protection, but overall enterprise data management.

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