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Need for a backup software

Need for a backup software

Need for a backup software

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I´m a NT administrator and in term of backing up data I concern about a real way to do it between two servers. I´m new at this, however there may be a software to help me acomplish this task easly, safe and online.

By doing so, availability of data is a must for me. In that way data must be updated 100 % in my backup server.

Who can tell me about the benefits of Legato a tool for doing my backup task, and if I can do what I just said.

RE: Need for a backup software

Fewimondi,

I not quite sure I understand your question, If you need 2 servers to be reliably backed up, Networker can do that, If the 2 servers are of different architecture, Networker can handle that also although the functionality will cost you more money.  If you need 100% availability that can be accomplished but you might need to incorporate high speed devices into your backup environment.  If I'm missing your point, post some detailed info about you enivronment that you need backed up including estimated backup window and size.

Hope this helps,

Larry

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