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Author: Rich Castagna
Too expensive, too much extra work and not enough integration were all legitimate complaints about laptop backup a few years ago. But with so many new products and alternatives, those excuses just don't cut it anymore.
"Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow" starts the second sentence of Macbeth's soliloquy in which he laments Lady M's untimely demise. And for fans of "Jeopardy," it's also the answer to the question "When will your storage shop implement some real data protection for laptop PCs?"
That probably just tacked another violation onto my poetic license, but it's hard to avoid quoting Shakespeare even when you're talking about something as non-Elizabethan as data storage. And the "tomorrow" reference is pretty accurate if some of the surveys I've seen lately are reasonably accurate. The most recent one to catch my eye is from Druva Software, which, as a laptop backup vendor, has just a wee bit of interest in the results. Nonetheless, some interesting numbers turned up in the survey.