The changing role of tape: A format that still has more to give

The changing role of tape: A format that still has more to give


While disk-based systems continue to grow in popularity as the primary backup devices for many medium to large organizations, tape automation continues to hold down major responsibilities for modern backup, recovery and archive strategies.

This guide explains how tape continues to play an important role in data storage and how it remains the most cost-effective, energy efficient and resilient means to manage the life cycle of stored data. Read on to see how tape continues to maximize the effectiveness and efficiency of your backup, recovery and archive initiatives.

Quantum Corporation
02 Apr 2014
31 Oct 2009
5 Page(s)
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