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Backup Software

Storactive Inc., of Marina del Rey, Calif. introduces Storactive LiveBackup 2.5, software providing up-to-the-moment protection for workstation and mobile system data. Designed to backup and centralize distributed laptop and desktop data, even when systems are roaming and disconnected from a network, Storactive LiveBackup operates with virtual transparency to the user, administrator and network.

Reader Response no. 253.

Dantz Development Corp., of Orinda, Calif., reports that its Retrospect Backup software now supports PC DVD+RW drives from Ricoh and Sony.

It also announced that Sony Electronics' third generation advanced intelligent tape drive has been certified for use with Retrospect Backup Software.

Reader Response no. 254.

DataGuard Group L.L.C., located near Philadelphia, introduces its backup and recovery service that runs automatically every night, without personal time on the part of the customer, creating a secure, encrypted copy of all data. The service provides immediate recovery of one file or an entire database.

Reader Response no. 255.

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