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Why you shouldn't rely only on remote availability

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Do you agree with Mike Talon that organizations shouldn't rely solely on remote availability solutions? What other reasons can you offer why this isn't a good idea? Share your comments about the risks of relying on remote-only solutions, as discussed in the Feb. 22 Disaster Recovery newsletter.

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Remote Backup Conversion

by bboswick In reply to Why you shouldn't rely on ...

I am currently working towards converting to a remote backup solution and would appreciate any comments. I am not particularly fond of the idea, but my boss wants to eliminate managing the tapes.

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another reason why you shouldn't rely only on remote availability

by wxtomb In reply to Why you shouldn't rely on ...

Assume that the primary server is developing a hardware problem (perhaps memory) and is starting to incur random, intermittent errors. These database errors will be propagated to the remote backup.

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