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LTFS 3: Linear Tape File System and the Future of Tape Data Storage

With LTFS, which boasts the convenience of USB and external storage options and generally larger capacities, tape has regained its rightful place among other data storage technologies

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LTFS 2: The Linear Tape File System - The Evolution and Revolution of Tape

Since the metadata and information about the files is stored on the tape and is self-contained, it is possible to use a tape cartridge in a manner similar to a removable drive or USB stick, but with higher storage potential

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LTFS 1: Linear Tape File System - The Brilliant Breakthrough

The Linear Tape File System (LTFS) is one of the most important breakthroughs in magnetic tape storage (yes, it's still alive and is experiencing a resurgence)

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Defining Cloud Information Management (CIM) Systems

Is storing files in a cloud storage application collaboration or is it just a smart FTP site?...Simple storage and retrieval. This type of application offers the user the ability to store and retrieve files in a cloud-based storage area

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Content in Context: Leveraging SharePoint to Manage with Meaning

We want to make sure our Big Picture strategy includes storage optimization, so when a piece of content, or an entire SharePoint site is no longer involved in active processes we can execute an action to move it to a long-term preservation environment, or archive. By taking advantage of a tiered storage infrastructure we can reduce costs from five to ten times, archiving content on cheaper, more cost effective storage

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Corporate Governance is Finally Becoming a Reality -- Thanks to eDiscovery

There is really no excuse anymore not to use the tools and skills that one already has to limit risks and cost of risky custodians, locations and projects, let alone the benefits of less storage, less duplicates, less backup and better knowledge management

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The Lost Art of Data Destruction: An overlooked key to records management and e-discovery

Then, project that amount through the revised definition of Moore’s Law, which predicts that computing and storage capacity will continue to double every 18 months – probably for the next two decades. Storage costs themselves are so low that constantly bumping up capacity can seem like the obvious, no-brainer solution to “managing” data. However, if situations arise in which particular information must be found and retrieved within repositories, storage-first solutions compromise organizations’ ability to control processing costs, work efficiently and minimize legal risk

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