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What Is The Remote Copy?

By Janine Balfour

How many times have you lost the work of an entire day on a situation of power down in your building or block? How many times did you have to re-write works that were already about to be finished, just because your computer has deleted them by mistake? And finally, how dependable is your computer system?

You may be asking: and how does it work? Well, there are many possibilities, depending on the costumer’s demands and need. If saving data regularly is vital for the work you do, you can choose to save the files that you need immediately, as they are being edited and you will never lose your work or time again.

On the other hand, if you are the person who needs your documents to be saved and updated not more than once a day, you may have your storage device programmed to do so. You do not even need to remember to do it; it will keep track of your files forever when you set it for the first time.

This way of making copies is safer and more reliable because of its two special characteristics: first, it can be done right along with the original document. It means you can be typing the document now and, if needed, recover it just a few seconds later, exactly from where you stopped. Second, it is an accident-proof backup system. That is, even if you lose everything you are working on, including hardware, you will still be able to recover it damage-free; you just need a computer with an available connection to your remote storage device.

The network for this type of connectivity is designed by the network administrator of the company. The admin can also determine who will have access to the remote computers as well as restricting the access based on the position in the company.

Want to find out more about remote copy, then visit Janine Balfour’s site on how to choose the best copy remote desktop for your needs.

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Balfour, Janine "What Is The Remote Copy?." What Is The Remote Copy?. 22 Aug. 2010. uberarticles.com. 14 Sep 2014 <http://uberarticles.com/computers-and-technology/what-is-the-remote-copy/>.

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Balfour, J (2010, August 22). What Is The Remote Copy?. Retrieved September 14, 2014, from http://uberarticles.com/computers-and-technology/what-is-the-remote-copy/

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