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I saw Dave's tweet on his BYTE article and headed on over to read it:http://www.informati...31602028?pgno=1.


On the third page I noticed some software screenshots that I had seen before:



I use the Altaro products and have found them to be a good "Time Machine" for Windows.

I guess Drobo liked them too.

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