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Definitive Best Back-up Software 2014

Poll: Definitive Best Back-up Software  

53 members have voted

  1. 1. Your Choice?

    • Acronis True Image
    • Easeus Todo Backup
    • EMC Retrospect
    • Macrium Reflect
    • Norton Ghost
    • Nova Backup
    • Symantec
    • Syncback
    • Windows Backup
    • Other (Please specify below)

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g33kb0y    2

EMC Avamar, definitive best of all


Whoops, probably not in your budget tho' :p


Marshall, FYI, Retrospect has been sold by EMC in 2010


Avamar here, too, for the last couple years (formerly Legato).  Even EMC reps will admit (after a few drinks) that the pricing is asinine. The system has been rock solid for us, but I can't say I care for the blackout window for dedup, or the awful reporting... or the client interface's java reliance. :) Great tech though.  For those curious, VMware's VDP gets its roots from avamar.

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cropcircles    51

Just wanted to comment on Acronis and how it's saved my *ss a few times by backing up my OS's monthly. And thank goodness I have a dual boot because I've had to go into one of the other OS when the other wouldn't boot. My issue I'm having now with the 2014 version it saves several folders at a time with my OS broken down into segments. I've made some adjustments to make sure it just saves a FULL .tib. Sort of annoying and not sure why it has done this. - 

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