If you're heading out to Storage Networking World (SNW) this week, get ready for another Microsoft PowerPoint Special...
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-- a flashy presentation that will hit all the industry buzzwords, maybe even steal the show, but will unfortunately not amount to a product.>At the Storage Decisions 2004 Conference in September, disk-based backup was the name of the game, and Microsoft announced Data Protection Server (DPS) to fit the bill. DPS, slated for general availability mid-2005, has been renamed Data Protection Manager for System Center (DPM), (don't ask) and is only just entering beta testing. General availability won't be until the next SNW in the fall, sources said.
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