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    Quote Originally Posted by 3s-gtech View Post
    Coursework/important data? If you don't backup your student data that is all of your worries, right there. It's not just fire or flood - what if the discs die?
    We're a primary, so it's only the SIMS data that is that important.

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    We backup to tape, we're now looking at RedStor for schools. Seems alot less problematic and safer.

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    D2D2T here... Veeam backups to disk so we can recover all VMs and data but also archive to tape weekly so we have data in an separate, offline media as well.

    Even with replicated NAS appliance I'd still be a bit nervy as *something* could in theory go round wiping all your file stores if it was nasty enough. Guess it depends on your paranoia level and what media gives you the warm fuzzies

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