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Posted:  12 Sep 2012
Published:  01 Nov 2011
Format:  PDF
Length:  13  Page(s)
Type:  eGuide
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

Storage experts have been predicting the demise of tape for years now – but the reality is that there is still plenty of life left in tape technology.

In fact, surveys show most organizations still spin off all or some backup data to tape. In the meantime, tape vendors continue to innovate and make the technology more useful not only for backups but for long-term archiving as well.

In this SearchDataBackup.com EGuide, storage gurus Rich Castagna, Andrew Burton and Terri McClure discuss the current landscape of the tape market and its continuing role in the data center. Read on to learn about LTFS and LTO-5, recent developments in tape systems, tape’s contribution in the cloud and much more.






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