Backup is for Recovery, Archive is for Discovery
sponsored by Sonian

Nearly every organization is required by industry standards and regulatory compliance to maintain data for extensive periods of time. This is always a challenge, as it requires large storage needs, which incur additional capital expenses to maintain and upgrade the infrastructure.

Therefore, today companies often battle with their conflicting needs of regular data backups and archival processes.

This informative paper explores the differences between archiving and backup, market trends within the archiving realm and integrating archiving with backups. Learn about a cloud-based archiving solution that’s designed to reduce the costs of storing and managing massive amounts of today’s static data. Read on to learn more.

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