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    If you find this blog interesting, and either have an interest in or work in data protection/backup and recovery environments, you should check out my book, Enterprise Systems Backup and Recovery: A Corporate Insurance Policy. Designed for system administrators and managers alike, it focuses on features, policies, procedures and the human element to ensuring that your company has a suitable and working backup system rather than just a bunch of copies made by unrelated software, hardware and processes.
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Don’t forget, there’s a whole lot more in the book

Posted by Preston on 2009-06-08

Just a reminder, particularly if you’re new to this blog, that if you’re after some more in-depth coverage of backups, you could check out my book, Enterprise Systems Backup and Recovery: A corporate insurance policy. While not specifically focusing on any individual backup product, the book covers a plethora of topics that are important and useful for any backup environment, including but not limited to:

  • Human involvement in the backup system;
  • Backup concepts – from the basic to the advanced;
  • Items for consideration when planning what to backup, and how to do it;
  • Performance tuning a backup environment;
  • Procedures and policies to follow for recoveries, disaster recoveries, testing and maintenance;
  • and so on.

(More complete details of the book can be found at my Enterprise Systems Backup site.)

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