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This release adds brick level backup and restore of Exchange 2010, with features to export and import PST files. There’s a new multithreaded scan engine, and a new compression and encryption engine that makes much better use of multi-core processors, speeding up backups significantly. New Unicode filename support for up to 259 characters, Folder Redirections and Junction Point support were added, along with a new seventh language, Swedish. Many more overall improvements have been made for better memory management and faster (and bigger) backups and restores.

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This Webinar is a wide-ranging discussion about Best Practices for setting up the Client software to properly back up end user data under various conditions and user requirements. It includes suggestions about file selections, retention settings, encryption keys, and much more. It is highly interactive, and includes many questions from attendees with answers by Rob and Pinku.

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Here is a 20 ounce container of French's Classic Yellow Mustard that I bought at a local market. I selected this bottle of mustard because of the huge yellow words, "40% More," but I failed to read the fine print, just like many people who buy from the wrong Online Backup Software company fail to read the fine print.

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Join us on March 8 for a Free Webinar on selling Online Backup Services. Using reference selling will shorten your sales cycle. Testimonials draw attention to your services. Join Dave Branch, Sales Manager at Remote Backup Systems for this one hour free Webinar on how to make your Online Backup Service more successful.

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Join us for a Webinar on February 23 at 3PM CT This one hour technical session concentrates on Remote Backup Systems‘ Web Manager and E-Commerce PlugIns. This is a general introduction and demonstration plus interactive Q&A on related technical issues, presented by Rob Cosgrove and Pinku Bharti. Questions are welcomed and encouraged throughout the Webinar, […]

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We have posted the recording of our Ad Hock technical webinar, held at 9AM CT on February 16. The session went very well, and we had about 50 people attend. Most wanted a demonstration and discussion of branding, customizing, and building RBackup Client installers, so we spent the entire hour and ten minutes on that. […]

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The average charge for a personal online backup account charged by our Service Providers is $9/month. Overhead expenses for providing tech support services can range from $50 per hour to well over $200 per hour depending on salaries and other costs of doing business. This article seeks to uncover some of the support costs inherent […]

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