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Riverbed and EMC Deliver Capacity-Optimized Cloud Storage for Backup, Recovery, Archiving and DR

Source: Taneja Group
Many innovative enterprises are turning to cloud storage to meet their data protection demands. This paper by Taneja Group explores the factors that are driving the move to cloud storage and then introduces a solution from Riverbed and EMC that enables organizations to perform cloud backup and replication at LAN-like performance that is as reliable and secure as local disk or tape at a lower cost. See how this solution can help you.


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