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Old 07-08-2011, 11:40 PM
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Default Reliable Onsite/Offsite backup

I have a client that has a Server 2003 box that uses tape backup.

I'd like to move them to something more modern thats reliable and could be quickly recovered in the event of a full failure and also something cloud based for offsite backup.

What solutions do you guys like?
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I have a client that has a Server 2003 box that uses tape backup.

I'd like to move them to something more modern thats reliable and could be quickly recovered in the event of a full failure and also something cloud based for offsite backup.

What solutions do you guys like?
I was using Mozy until they change their policy. My Small Business Client uses Mozy Pro. Same people used Mozy home for there personal used. When Mozy Home stop unlimited version, I end up with a lot of unhappy clients.

I'm currently checking CrashPlan. It seems to have all the features offer by Mozy plus unlimited.
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Crash plan is solid, its reliable.
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Old 07-09-2011, 03:39 AM
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I would go with a shadow protect on site back locally and doynez however it's not cheap but you can have the client up and running in minutes both and off site

I thought I starting my own solution like they have just not sure if it's worth it yet
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