Don't just sit on your backup data, use it!

Stuart Sumner
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Tape is still used to store backup in some organisations, though many are now transferring to flash
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Tape is still used to store backup in some organisations, though many are now transferring to flash

New research from Computing reveals that much can be done with backup data, and that only a fifth of organisations are so far making effective use of it

Backup data can be put to work in a variety of ways, but only one in five UK-based organisations are currently making efficient use of it, according to new research from Computing. Backup information...

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