Selecting the Best Backup Approach
This meeting was held on October 1st. Scroll down for November program.
120 Bloomingdale Rd. ****new location map***
1st Floor, White Plains, NY 10605
Barlow will present the Acronis True Image 2016 that will support
He’ll inspect the four most common backup
approaches on the market and talk about the
advantages and problems with each backup
approach. He will also describe why and where you would want to use
Most important of all, he will tell you why one
backup approach is superior to the others.
This is an important topic on backup technology and one you don’t want
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Jeopardy Game Night
November 5, 2015 7 p.m.
120 Bloomingdale Rd. 1st Floor,
White Plains, NY 10605
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Third Anniversary Tournament
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