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Chronosync is Time Machine plus Git

Writing a very important document needs some care. A reliable backup is crucial.

In addition, versioning system is very helpful. It is different from the backup because you can go back in time and revert back to some of the changes you made. 503 more words

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Data management startup Rubrik confirms $180M round at a $1.3B valuation

Rubrik, a startup that provides data backup and recovery services for enterprises across both cloud and on-premises environments, has closed a $180 million round of funding that values the company at $1.3 billion. 626 more words


MacRumors Giveaway: Win an iPhone-Connected Pearl RearVision Car Backup Camera

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Priced at $499.99, the Pearl RearVision is a backup camera kit that’s designed to be installed on a car’s rear license plate, giving iPhone users a simple way to get an aftermarket backup camera. 693 more words


SEP Instructional Video: Microsoft Active Directory Backup

SEP offers comprehensive backup solutions for all Microsoft environments. Virtual server infrastructures (Hyper-V, VMware, Citrix XenServer) can also be integrated in a company-wide backup concept. SEP sesam reliably backs up all components to allow fast and complete recoveries of all Windows components. 27 more words


SEP Instructional Video: Windows Client Backup

SEP is an enterprise backup and disaster recovery solution for today’s discerning computer environments. Supporting the widest range of operating systems and databases, SEP offers a single solution to manage heterogeneous environments of any size. 134 more words


MailStore Home 10

MailStore Home lets you archive your private email from almost any email source and search through them extremely quickly. You will never lose emails again. 424 more words


Why Would You Put SQL Server in a Container? - WinDocks Briefing Note

There’s no question that containers are growing in popularity, and attendance at this year’s DockerCcon is evidence of that. But the bulk of applications that are moving into containers still tend to be stateless applications without the need for persistent data. 366 more words