Seagate Software and Microsoft are collaborating on much-needed NT and Windows 98 back-up and restore, attempting to make life easier and cheaper for users and system managers.
Windows 98, shipping in the fourth quarter or first quarter 1998, will include additional support for tape, disks and other removable storage devices, as well as disaster recovery facilities for the operating system.
Back-up Exec for NT 7.0, based on the Component Object Model (COM), is the follow-on from Seagate's 1991 back-up utility in NT. Unlike the Windows 98 functionality, neither Microsoft nor Seagate are giving away much detail on NT back-up, but the technology will enable restoration of a crashed NT system, including the operating system.
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