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DEFINITION: CD-R shelf life refers to the length of time that a recordable compact disc will remain viable once data has been burned onto it. Top manufacturers like Mitsui, Verbatim, Maxell, Memorex and TDK claim that premium discs, with protective coating and special dyes, will last 50 or even 100 years. Many industry experts, however, think that the unrecorded shelf life of a CD-R disc is more conservatively  … 
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WEBCAST: Uncover the ins-and-outs of high performance digital mailrooms.
Posted: 03 Jul 2014 | Premiered: Dec 31, 2013

Perceptive Software

Webcast - Data Protection Best Practices for BCA Running on VMware and Nimble Storage
sponsored by Nimble Storage
VIDEO: Avanish Nayak from VMware and Ibby Rahmani from Nimble Storage introduce the joint solution developed with Cisco: SmartStack™ for Business-Critical Applications. This package provides a pre-validated reference architecture for virtualizing business-critical applications on VMware using Cisco UCS infrastructure.
Posted: 25 Apr 2014 | Premiered: 09 Oct 2013

Nimble Storage

Royse Wells of International Paper shares his enthusiasm for the latest storage management advances
sponsored by IBM
WEBCAST: TSM has developed a groundbreaking new graphical tool which allows you to predict if and when a backup is going to fail. Watch this quick 1 minute video to learn more about this tool from users who know best.
Posted: 26 Nov 2013 | Premiered: Mar 5, 2013

IBM

Tape Backup: Then and Now
sponsored by Iron Mountain
WEBCAST: This video explores the key reasons to re-evaluate tape and discusses why it is well suited for archiving, legal discovery, tiered environments, and other scenarios.
Posted: 26 Sep 2012 | Premiered: Sep 17, 2012

Iron Mountain

Designing Storage For Exchange 2007
sponsored by Dell, Inc.
WEBCAST: This Webcast will help you design a storage system that best matches the needs of your organization, providing tips on determining system needs and tools and resources for implementation.
Posted: 25 Sep 2007 | Premiered: Sep 25, 2007, 09:00 EDT (13:00 GMT)

Dell, Inc.

The CIO Perspective on Intel vPro Technology
sponsored by Intel
VIDEO: Gerry Weaver, CIO of the State of Indiana, and Diane Bryant, CIO of Intel, talk about how Intel vPro technology helps address end-user and IT efficiencies in their environments. The CIOs discuss real ROI numbers from Intel vPro technology, including savings of $1 million or more.
Posted: 29 Apr 2010 | Premiered: 11 Jan 2010

Intel

Consolidate resources with IBM Virtualization
sponsored by IBM
VIDEO: This video describes how making the transition from physical to virtual resources with IBM Virtualization has the potential for significant savings.
Posted: 19 May 2011 | Premiered: 08 Apr 2010

IBM

Jason Nolet Details New Solutions for Enterprise
sponsored by Brocade
VIDEO: This brief video uncovers two new network products that will help you adapt to the demands of new applications and ever-changing business requirements.
Posted: 29 Feb 2012 | Premiered: 21 Oct 2011

Brocade

Dell EqualLogic PS Series Storage in VMware Environments
sponsored by Dell, Inc.
PRODUCT DEMO: View this step-by-step product demonstration to see how to implement a high performance, highly available, and easily scaled SAN without impacting applications or limiting performance as workloads change and grow.
Posted: 24 Aug 2009 | Premiered: 24 Aug 2009

Dell, Inc.

EMC VNXe Series for Microsoft Applications
sponsored by EMC Computer Systems (UK) Ltd.
VIDEOCAST: This video shows the benefits of deploying EMC VNXe series for Microsoft applications. The VNXe series provides simple, efficient, and  affordable unified storage. You just click and go.
Posted: 14 Feb 2011 | Premiered: Feb 14, 2011

EMC Computer Systems (UK) Ltd.
 
 
CD-R MACHINES DEFINITION (continued): …  estimated to be between five and 10 years. One expert from IBM estimates longevity at two to five years. The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) published results of accelerated aging tests on CD-Rs and DVD-Rs in 2004. CD-Rs that used phythalocyanine dye and had a gold and silver alloy coating performed best. Overall, the study estimated that 13% of discs would fail within 50 years, if the media was stored under normal office environmental conditions. NIST and the Library of Congress are now collaborating to determine the life expectancy of DVD-R media. They hope to develop a … 
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