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Synonyms for backup

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Synonyms for backup

an accumulation caused by clogging or a stoppage

someone who takes the place of another (as when things get dangerous or difficult)

a musical part (vocal or instrumental) that supports or provides background for other musical parts

(computer science) a copy of a file or directory on a separate storage device

the act of providing approval and support

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A disadvantage of daily full backups or daily incremental backups is that the amount of data that can be lost is potentially 23 hours of data.
a leader of storage connectivity and infrastructure solutions for data-intensive computing environments, announced today that the ATTO Diamond Storage Array VT-Class (Virtual Tape) has been certified compatible with the BrightStor ARCserve Backup family of Data Availability solutions from Computer Associates International, Inc.
There is one shining exception to this rule: online Internet Protocol (IP)-based backup and recovery service providers.
Keep introducing new tapes to the system, using the newest ones for the daily backups.
Checks for media defects prior to backup, compares data to the original and even restores data from damaged backups disks that other programs are unable to read
ExaGrid's innovative approach minimizes the amount of data to be stored by providing standard data compression for the most recent backups along with byte-level delta data reduction technology for all previous backups.
But in order to achieve these, ILM needs to rely on an ILM-aware backup system.
Administrators can create backup sets for corporate-wide distribution using the unique Preset option, enabling users to quickly select and run custom backups.
The VCB framework incorporates a centralized Windows machine as a proxy server, which can be leveraged by third-party backup vendors, such as Vizioncore, to allow our backup applications to complete file and/or image-level backups.
However, there are some problems that traditional backup software simply cannot solve, starting with backups of remote sites.
Block-level differential backups: Reduce both the time and space requirements of backups.
According to a recent survey, 34 percent of companies fail to test their backups, and of those that do, 77 percent have found back-up failures.
Users can prevent overwriting and unauthorized use of personal backups with password protection.
Before implementing the combined solution, the size of the backup window often required overnight backups to tape, causing concerns about the quality of restored data after a service interruption.
Capacity use is minimized (synthetic backups consume just 32MB of capacity) and performance is super-fast.