Texas Tech turns to data deduplication for data backup, disaster recovery

When Texas Tech University began to move away from relying solely on tape for data backups, it found it easier and less expensive to add data deduplication licenses to its backup software than buying a dedicated deduplication hardware system.

When Texas Tech University began to move away from relying solely on tape for data backups, it found it easier and less expensive to add data deduplication licenses to its backup software than buying a dedicated deduplication hardware system.

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