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IIC Internet Virtual servers

On 4/11/07, Robert L Krawitz <rlk at> wrote:
> The problem with this kind of arrangement: how do you conveniently
> transfer large amounts of data (e. g. backing up a laptop, copying
> over large numbers of images, etc)?

You would have the same issue with any remote server.  What is your
point?  Sure, you could have a local server on your LAN doing backups.
 Then your house burns down, and you have no copies.  Best thing to do
with large data backups is make multiple copies and store them in
various locations...
Kristian Hermansen

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