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What does "data protection" mean

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I'm baffled by Dell's definition of "data protection", to me one year's worth of data protection means they back it up for you and guarantee no data loss. Bargain at £25 per year.

https://www.dell.com/en-uk/work/shop/cty/pdp/spd/poweredge-t30/dspet30

Your mileage may vary but I am offered [1Yr Data Protection - Keep Your Hard Drive+ £25.00] when I follow that link. Is that £25 to have Dell protect my data for a year or have Dell started speaking a different language where "data protection" means destroying the data by smashing the hard disks into rubble?
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