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  • Backup solution 3.5 tb

    Hi i`m looking for a client for a backup solution for a large volume of data it is about 3.5 Tb the thing is that we need to keep it off site
    i`m open for suggestions

    thanks

    Marco

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    Re: Backup solution 3.5 tb

    How often does it change (and how much changes)?
    How frequent a backup do you need?
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    • #3
      Re: Backup solution 3.5 tb

      Hi thanks for the response.
      1.5 tb pref daily
      de rest (about 2TB) weekly

      rgds

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      • #4
        Re: Backup solution 3.5 tb

        see that big link at the top there ? for IdealStor from Bantam?


        go there. Look at the Teralyte.
        Review how many disks you need to create a proper rotation schedule.
        Setup the hardware, with the rotation schedule./
        contract Iron Mountain, or someone similar, to do your offsiting on a daily or weekly basis as necessary.

        Job done.
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        • #5
          Re: Backup solution 3.5 tb

          Thanks i will look into it.
          And hopefully there is a hardware vendor here in the netherlands who sells them.
          Is there annyone who has handson experiance with idealstor?
          i already told the client there is no cheap solution for it execpt using external hdd
          wich can fall out of your hands..

          reputation awarded thanks tehcamel/Ossian

          rgds Marco
          Last edited by mhoogev; 31st March 2011, 07:08.

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