A business IT infrastructure always requires storage security, data protection and high uptime. They can be achieved via virtualization, which actually gives even more benefits, such as backups, disaster recovery and storage high availability. A Hyper-V administrator typically manages these with the help of synchronous and asynchronous replication, also following the 3-2-1 backup rule: 3 copies of data in 2 formats and 1 copy on a remote site (or cloud).
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