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November 29, 2007

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EddieZ

Many of my SMB clients are starting to use offsite storage for backups, and I encourage it. Relying on tape or other backups has proven iffy at best. I also recommend "safe" storage onsite - I am starting to place Drobo at my customer sites, it's easy, safe and not intimidating - yet offers the best storage protection and features for the price.

Eddie the Tech Guy

EddieZ

I have many small business clients that are beginning to use offsite storage for backup. None are using it for file sharing that I know of, but it's a logical next step. I still place secure onsite backup - Drobo is my current preference for its solid data protection combined with brain dead simple ease of use.

Eddie

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