Product of the Day: BRU-Pro 2.0
Easiest installation of all professional backup solutions
Automatic configuration of client systems and backup devices
Multiple levels of data verification
Unsurpassed reliability--backups and restores
Full data protection, error detection and recovery assure accurate restores
System monitoring reports dirty tape drives, bad tape drives and bad tapes
Administrator defined security levels
Backup and restore at the performance level of your network and backup device
Point-and-click interface for file and directory level backup and restore
Quick File Access (QFA) provides faster access to files on tape to shorten restore times
Network traffic data encryption--provides secure communication between clients and server
Network traffic data compression--provides better utilization of network bandwidth
End users may be authorized to restore their own files
Easy to schedule, unattended, lights out backups
Tape bar code reader support
Native SCSI library support
Supports 64-Bit filesystems
x86 Solaris 8
SPARC Solaris 2.5 and 8
Windows (NT 4.0, ME, 98, 98SE)
SCO UnixWare 7/Open UNIX
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266MHz Pentium II with 128MB RAM
500MHz Pentium III with 128MB RAM is recommended
SCSI tape drive, autoloader or library
CD-ROM drive (not required if the installation files can be accessed via the network)
50MB disk space for program files and libraries
1MB/10,000 files/archives for cataloging
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