Preventing Tape Backup Disaster/Failure
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Tape has always been known to provide effective, cost-efficient backups - when it's handled correctly. Proper tape handling and transport practices are essential to the survival of tape and an organization's content; things like dust, heat and sudden impacts can all make a tape unreadable and cause serious problems.

Check out this E-Guide for today's best tape handling practices. Learn how to avoid disaster when dealing with tape backup systems, and discover keys to avoiding data loss when using tape for backup. Read on to learn more.

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