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The above procedures can be used to create Snapshot files of any report created with TMS.
Progressive has been awarded a series of patents on the methods and systems used in Snapshot, creating a program that is unmatched in its advanced technology, security and ability to optimize discounts for customers.
April 30, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- SnapShots, LLC, a developer of mobile apps, today announced the availability of its SnapShots App for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, available now on the App Store.
A differential snapshot manages only deltas that have occurred since the snapshot was last taken.
After Illinois drivers sign up for the Snapshot program, they receive a device that fits in the palm of their hand and plugs into the on-board diagnostic (OBD) port of their car.
Point-in-time snapshots for rapid, granular, non-disruptive recovery of individual mailboxes and entire data stores
Chinese Consumer Foodservice Survey 2011: Trends in Workplace Catering and Consumer Expenditure: Survey Snapshot
Using CDP, storage administrators can 'roll back' data storage systems to any previous point in time (within certain limits) rather than a predefined snapshot point.
It is standard operating practice for IT administrators to utilize snapshots in the process of restoring a virtual machine (VM) to a previous state, but problems arise as changes made to the VM after the snapshot was taken will be lost.
The disadvantages are that creating the snapshot each time can be time-consuming and affect performance while being created.
The major issue with a split-mirror snapshot is that there must be enough storage to accommodate not only the original copy but the split mirrors as well.