This paper will compare and contrast the benefits of all new disk-based data protection options to allow you to select the best technology for each of the data types to be protected in your environment.
Manufacturers have specific instructions for the care of magnetic tape cartridges, which differ from tape technology to tape technology. It's important to follow those instructions in addition to the general suggestions presented here. Read this tutorial now to find out so much more.
For two years in a row, Primary Color has been rated as one of the fastest growing printer businesses in the country. The downside - at least in the past - was that the need for backup and archival storage capacity was growing too fast.
This SearchStorage.com E-Guide is here to help you make the transition from tape to disk as smooth as possible. Read on as backup expert Brien Posey offers insight into the 7 steps that you need to follow in order to have a fast, stress-free transition.
The Quantum SuperLoader autoloader has been given the nod as "top gun" when it comes to backing up data under challenging conditions worldwide for the Ninth Air Force at Shaw Air Force Base in South Carolina.
With a large IT backbone and growing backup challenges, Kronos decided it needed to upgrade its data protection infrastructure. After evaluating several alternatives, the company chose to deploy Quantum’s Scalar i2000 enterprise tape library.
Since the cost comparison between tape and disk is obviously far more complex than the media itself, this brief outlines all the considerations necessary for a more complete understanding of the benefit and true cost comparison between tape and disk to help IT professionals choose and justify their backup environment.
This tutorial will cover the latest developments in tape storage systems and review the major differences between backup software vs. archiving software. The benefits of tape storage systems, including long-term data archiving will also be discussed.
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