There’s many data backup solutions on the market that work quite well for SMBs. One that comes to mind is Dantz Retrospect (now part of EMC) and Veritas now part of Symantec.
IBM has announced a new solution and Reatures writes The software, called IBM Tivoli Continuous Data Protection for Files, automatically copies data as soon as it’s entered or changed, allowing users to quickly retrieve lost information such as text or customer lists.
IBM plans to start selling the program September 16 at $35 per laptop or desktop and $995 for each server processor, the chips which run high-powered computers typically used by businesses. Read the full article here
Lenovo owns some amazing ThinkVantage Technology to protect computers (formerly IBM’s) which you should also check out here.
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