Need an easy to use, reliable and fast backup? Acronis True Image Home 2009 comes to home users filled with dozens of features. This review examines Acronis’ latest release (no. 12) following True Image 11.
Windows Server & Data Backup Discussion: Troubleshooting Tips, Tutorials & User Guides For Your Windows Server, Data Backup & Recovery Needs
The Windows Server and data backup architecture is a powerful service for server operating system design and implementation. From the first release of Windows 2000 Server to the current Windows Server 2008 the Microsoft Server architecture is comprehensive and resilient for Home, Small Business and Enterprise wide networking. In this topic we look at all your Windows Server and data backup requirements, from migration, setup and roll-out, to management, administration and issue resolution, These Windows server, data backup and recovery user guides, troubleshooting tips and more will help you attain an enriched server OS platform and enhanced network performance.
Everyone knows that hard drives get full, and you may have noticed they slow down with time. We tell you why.
Programs have often been written to run on one computer. What if more than one computer is available? Can a single program run on more than one computer? How do we maximize the performance of these machines? How does Client/Server Computing address this need?
If you haven’t already tried the easy stuff, like changing the channel and making sure you have the right passkey for your WEP/WPA, then you are in the wrong place. If you are tired of getting the same answers over and over, then welcome.
For the home user, I suggest you create a normal backup of the system state and a normal backup of your personal data monthly.
It’s important to store your backups away from your PC or Laptop. The thing that destroys your PC (fire, flood) can well destroy your backups, too.
Although you can use the Scheduled Tasks utility to remind you to back up your data daily, weekly, or monthly, you can also schedule a backup using the Backup utility itself.
If you’ve created a backup using the Windows XP Backup utility, you can use the same utility to restore from the backup should disaster strike.
Archiving currently unneeded data is a great way to maintain your computer. If you only have a few specific folders to back up, if you don’t have a device to save a backup to, or if you have created a backup file that you’d like to burn to a CD for archiving, you can use XP’s CD Writing Wizard.
Disk capacities have now reached the stage where they are a viable alternative to tape, this article introduces the concepts behind virtual tape technology
By understanding how data recovery works and its limitations you can improve your chances of successfully recovering deleted or corrupt data. Read on for an introduction to the data recovery process.
In the new Microsoft paradigm, even the server class software comes in multiple editions. In the case of SQL Server 2008, there is even a free Express edition. Which one is right for you?
You want to try the SQL Server don’t you? You want to play with the awesome power of the database. But, you are too cheap or too poor to spring for it. No problem- try out Microsoft’s free Express edition.