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How can snapshots be used for data replication?

Seiji Shintaku describes how snapshots can be used for data replication in this ATE response

How can snapshots be used for data replication?
Many people think of data backup as strictly virtual tape libraries (VTLs) or tape. However, snapshots can often be your first line of defense, and replicated data can be your second or third line of defense. For unorganized data such as that on Excel, Word, and PowerPoint documents, using snapshots for data replication is a great means to recover your data if a single file is deleted or a large number of files are deleted.
This was last published in September 2009

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