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SvenK

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Greetings!

I asked this this question on other communities, but I need really fast answer, so please:

We've got 37 computers (I hope there will be more soon) and shared storage with 30 TB capacity. What is the best way to provide the most optimized data transfer and robust backup? We're using Windows and the data is photo and video in the most.

Thank you for now.
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DinoPozzo

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Hi!
You need to backup solution?
Acronis might help
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Thanks for that, but I would preffer some "bundle solution". Could you kindly suggest me something?
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StarWind, Datacore, Openfiler.
As I know Datacore is very expensive, Openfiler is free, but sipport is cost twice more, either StarWind, that I'm using now.
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