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The Benefits Of Archiving Solutions

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The Benefits Of Archiving Solutions

The best way to archive data today, is to use computer software to help manage data archiving. Using software is the most cost effective option as well as the easiest. Identify the data you have is it a spreadsheet, text documents, or presentations etc. After your data is analyzed it becomes classified, indexed and searchable. If there are any duplications identify and remove it, Duplications can use 20% of data allowances. You may also clean and purge files as needed.

  Managing Your Data

Being able to control your backup times will reduce your backup window. As data consciously grows backup times stretch from 16, 18, or even every 24 hours. Once the archive is copied there’s no need to keep old historical data. This in turn will free up data from your tier 1 storage, reducing media backup costs while improving RPOs and RTOs. Pinpoint usage and abuse on your tier 1 storage by viewing files by type, size, server, name, newest, oldest, most used, and largest.

Protection from accidental deletion

Policies can simply protect files from accidental or un-intentional deletion. Make it a policy rule when deleting files save a copy from the archive for thirty days. Losing a file can and sometimes will happen, it is not fun searching backup tapes to restore an individual file nor a good use of time. Archiving will allow very granular access to data, as well as offering end users access without using IT help desk intervention. Making sure old and unused files are removed across your server, and checking for duplications and removing them can save server usage data 60%-70%. This allows you to consolidate your servers for lowest usage of allowed data.

History Factory can help you to manage your data! To know more visit The History Factory at http://www.historyfactory.com/

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