Massive data growth in the SMB market requires efficient backup technologies

New NovaStor whitepaper discusses the use of multistreaming for cost reduction and shorter backup windows

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The growth of business data as a result of virtualization and the latest applications requires ever increasing efficiency in backup technology. Multistreaming, a technology that until now was primarily reserved for the enterprise, works to reduce backup and restore windows and create optimal use of storage hardware. Data protection specialist NovaStor explains the concept and the benefits of multistreaming for backup and restore in their latest white paper for the SMB market.

Protecting Growing Amounts of Data on a Limited Budget
Multistreaming is a function available only in specific backup software products, and enables multiple data streams to be backed up in parallel, thereby streamlining the efficiency of system and storage resources. Often the maximum write speed of modern tape libraries can be fully utilized through the use of multistreaming. At the same time, the technique allows for the seamless scaling of data backup without having to invest in new storage hardware. Small businesses with restricted budgets often find the best opportunity to secure growing data loads without disruption, is through the implementation of multistreaming technology.

New White Paper illustrates Technology and Benefits
NovaStor's new white paper depicts in a vendor-independent manner the functionality of the latest backup technologies, including multistreaming. Beyond technical functionality the latest white paper details true customer benefits such as efficient Disk 2 Disk 2 Disk (D2D2D) - Disk 2 Disk to Tape (D2D2T) strategies, load reduction of the backup clients, reducing backup and restore windows and speeding up the availability of data.

Whitepaper Download
The whitepaper "How to Protect Large and Growing Data Loads on a Limited Budget. Reducing Backup & Restore Windows with Multistreaming" can be downloaded from NovaStor's website at www.novastor.com/multistreaming.
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