Weather in the Outer Banks of North Carolina, home to Dare County Schools, can be volatile, especially during hurricane season. This chain of islands sits in the Atlantic Ocean, just a few miles off the coast, where Hurricane Isabel most recently carved a path in 2003. The school system was lucky to escape unscathed, but for Technology Director Carl Woody, this scare was just the catalyst he needed to make the switch to an easier-to-manage, more reliable backup and disaster recovery system.

Hurricane season wasn't the technology director's only concern. Woody found it difficult to

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