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July 7, 2001 Show:
Brian Greene, Rena Sripramong
February 19, 2000 Show:
Most companies are dependent on the use of computer applications such as email, ERP and decision support. With this comes the explosion of data and the demand for reliable data protection. The protection of that mission critical information requires a backup solution that is reliable and scalable to support the needs of any type network
Mike Ivanov, Product Line Manager for
Software, discusses what you need to consider when looking for backup software. Of special interest is VERITAS' Backup Exec which provides an easy-to-use graphical user interface, along with wizards to walk any level user through the tasks of defining and configuring backup policies and schedules.
VERITASFebruary 19, 2000 interview
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