Recoup with data dedupe

Backing up servers and workstations to tape can be a cumbersome process, and restoring data from tape even more so. While backing up to disk-based storage is faster and easier, and probably more reliable, it can also be more expensive.

One way to get the best of both worlds is to back up to disk-based storage that uses deduplication, which increases efficiency by only storing one copy of a thing.

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