Backup vs Archive whitepaper: What's the Difference? Why do you Need Both?

Library Number:
LITR134872580
Part Number:
720005528en
Author(s):
Waters Corporation
Content Type:
Literature
Content Subtype:
White Papers

Backups and archives perform separate functions but the capabilities of each one help the other work better and more efficiently. Implementing an archive is an efficient, comprehensive approach to managing and protecting laboratory data.

Science-driven industries can use an archive in addition to backup solutions to address the growing data volume, regulatory requirements and technological complexity found in the contemporary laboratory environment. When an archive solution is in place backups run faster, consume less time, energy and system resources, which means better protection for mission critical systems such as Empower.

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