VNA isn't sufficient backup - how to successfully implement secure image storage, plus $50 from Amaz

VNA isn't sufficient backup - how to successfully implement secure image storage, plus $50 from Amaz

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IT professionals including PACS administrators that are responsible for ensuring image availability often use archive technology as a method for preserving images in case of failure, really using archive as a kind of backup. Most archives are either stored on removable media or a spinning disk, both of which can fail and risk image availability. Vendor Neutral Archive is incomplete if it doesn’t include data protection capabilities that ensure image availability.

VNA technology can’t be used on its own.

Read this whitepaper to find out about an approach to VNA that is based on a solid foundation of data protection. Additionally, discuss:

  • The problem of silent data corruption
  • Why the definition of VNA on its own is incomplete and what’s missing
  • The different layers of archive required to ensure a solid foundation of data protection
  • And more.

 

Vendor:
BridgeHead Software
Posted:
09 Apr 2014
Published:
09 Apr 2014
Format:
PDF
Length:
8 Page(s)
Type:
White Paper
Language:
English
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