sponsored by Iron Mountain
Posted:  01 Mar 2012
Published:  01 Mar 2012
Format:  PDF
Length:  4  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English

Utilizing tapes for backup and recovery operations is an inexpensive, effective means of storing your information. Unfortunately, however, due to today's ever-increasing amounts of data and evolving regulatory and compliance requirements, having to sort through all of that information will seriously slow down your response time during an audit or review.

Check out this white paper to discover 10 steps toward developing a tape-based data retention plan for your business. Discover the importance of knowing and defining your regulatory requirements, receive three keys to maximize your backup tape investment and more.

Backups | Compliance Audits | Compliance Best Practices | Data Recovery | Data Security | Data Storage | Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance | Storage Management | Storage Security | Tape Backups | Tape Libraries

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