April 18, 2005
Data Protection Manager beta available
Microsoft is building its server market with additional add-on server programs and recently Microsoft released a public beta for it’s Data Protection Manager for Windows Server 2003. DPM is designed to streamline disk based backup and allow for faster recovery of data and most importantly allow users to recover their own documents. Companies are moving away from unreliable tape backup and moving to disk based data centre backups and one company LiveVault have a very funny site promoting disk based backup.
Posted by The Technician at April 18, 2005 07:40 PM
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As reported recently (Tech Insider, Beta News), Microsoft has released a public beta of their Windows Server System Data Protection Manager (DPM). The press releases and the Microsoft site go through the full feature list and implementation, but basic... [Read More]
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