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

Long Live Data Backup Tape has remained the primary option for data backup for over 50 years. With LTFS, it is now easier than ever to back up data and leverage that data on a tape backup

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Silver Lining Security: Keeping Your Cloud Data Safe

” Don’t Think, Just Backup It may be strange to be told to backup data on a physical, external drive when it comes to securing Cloud data, but it’s never a bad idea

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Hard Disk Not Exist! What Happens Next?

For that reason, I might not even have had the best version of the PowerPoint file to use for the presentation if I had been dependent on the backup media I had with me

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BitCasa & The Future Of The Cloud

If you haven't heard about BitCasa yet, you are sure to be hearing about it soon. BitCasa is a cloud storage provider that offers UNLIMITED storage space at what will be minimal cost (it's free right now and they just opened their public beta). Unlimited space? How is that even...

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Pirates, Data Protection and the Cloud

This SLA should not only define where any primary data centers are based, but also determine how and where backups of this data will reside – it’s not enough to compliantly store the primary data for an organization in Germany if the backups are stored in Tokyo

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

The cartridge will then show up as an additional drive on the system, allowing for drag-and-drop functionality to move and copy data and information to the cartridge, making tape backup easy and accessible

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Data Can Be Records, Too

Also, if records resulting from data are dispositioned (destroyed or transferred), keeping it in a database (including backups of the database) means the organization has not really disposed of the records




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Content Obesity - Diagnosis & Treatment

By the time you create your high-availability, tier-1 storage with 3 generations of backup tapes and put it in a data centre, pay for electricity and air-conditioning, and pay people to manage it, it’s no longer cheap

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