Crash Course: Snapshots

If you've been looking into snapshot technology as a viable option for your shop's backup and recovery plan, take a look at our snapshot Crash Course. You'll find the latest on how this technology is evolving, how it's being used and who's using it.

If you've been looking into snapshot technology as a viable option for your shop's backup and recovery plan, take...

a look at our snapshot Crash Course. You'll find the latest on how this technology is evolving, how it's being used and who's using it.

Check out our expert advice, tips, news and features, to learn more about snapshot technology and how it fits into your backup and recovery plan.

 

Point in time snapshots
Understanding snapshots and point-in-time copies
Using point-in-time copies

Snapshot file recovery
Should you use snapshots for end-user file recovery? 
End-user file recovery: Bonus or bust? 
Match snaps to apps
Eight guidelines to Windows-based snapshots
Snapshots vs. plug-in/APM

 

Snapshot strategies
New backup strategies
How to get more out of snapshots
Disk space for data snapshots
Data snapshots and clones on DAS
How do you manage remote office storage? 
Snapshot only? 

 

Snapshot applications
Hospital keeps data alive with snapshots
Do you take snapshots?
EMC adds snapshot feature to RepliStor

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