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IBM Unveils Continuous Back Up Program

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August 26, 2005 (11:39 AM EDT)
By TechWeb.com

Regularly backing up data to thwart computer viruses and crashes requires discipline, which, while often lacking by human users, will be provided by IBM for laptops, desktop PCs, and file servers in new software unveiled by IBM on Friday.

Called IBM Tivoli Continuous Data Protection for Files, the firm said the “data safety net” automatically backs up a range of data like Word documents, MP3 files, digital photos, presentations and spreadsheets.....

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