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Tape in Mac OS X Environments
By Evaluator Group
Mac OS X has long been a favorite platform for creative development. Mac users now have a solution for tape, tape automation and the LTO file system (LTFS) plug-in.
Guide to Video Security Storage: Effective Backup and Archive Practices According to Surveillance-source.com, many CCTV applications are now moving away from traditional videotape-based systems and are increasingly embracing tapeless digital CCTV surveillance systems. This comprehensive white paper discusses the storage needs of CCTV security video, which are affected by a wide range of factors, ranging from political and societal to technical and economic.
LTO Ultrium Data Encryption:
Secure Information Management
As tape cartridge capacities grow there is an increasing risk to access larger amounts of data. Especially with transporting offsite archives. Securing sensitive data from all unauthorized access has emerged as a critical business concern for storage managers. Loss of sensitive data, could result in lost customers, lost revenue, and for some, regulatory penalties.
Linear Tape File System (LTFS): Flexibility in Storing and Managing Data
By Evaluator Group
LTFS software brings the characteristics of large capacity and very fast sequential transfer with LTO tape to environments that can capitalize on the need to store and retrieve large files with the flexibility of removable media and interchange capacity.
Archiving and Compliance:
Data Management Requirements
To protect themselves adequately, businesses must improve how they manage and safeguard their organisational data and records. Good records management includes both backup and archiving. This white paper reveals best steps for data archiving and compliance.
The SMB Market is Ready for Data Encryption
By ESG
Small to medium-size businesses (SMBs) are now facing many of the same security challenges larger businesses have faced for decades; namely that data security is no longer an optional "nice to have" for the SMB market.
Affordable Tape Automation:
Removing Business Risk Through Reliable Disaster Recovery
Without question, carefully planned and executed backup procedures  are critical to every business. Data loss can mean the loss of accounts receivable, pending sales, and customer loyalty. As evidence of data loss devastation, 90% of all companies that experience data loss because of disaster are out  of business within two years, and nearly 50% never reopen their doors at all.
A New Class of Affordable LTO Tape Automation:
Taking Care of Big Data Sets and Tight Backup Window
As server capacities continue to grow, the search is on for easier methods and smarter technology to protect the expanding data. Backup has to be affordable and trouble-free. A cumbersome backup process is a concern of today's small-to-midsize business because the risks of human error and neglect compound the problem and emphasize the need to safeguard the data
Getting the Most Performance from Your Tape Technology Today's inexpensive tape automation solutions enable small and medium sized businesses to easily reduce their risk of data loss, while enjoying numerous other benefits including labor savings and convenience. This paper will help you determine if tape automation is appropriate for your organization considering your financial and risk management objectives.
Keeping your Data out of Harm's Way:
A Primer for IT Specialists
This is a White Paper about Tape Backup. Whether you are backing up an individual workstation or a small network, tape is an ideal storage medium because it is capable of storing high capacities of information for a relatively low cost. And, tape is perfect for archiving because you can store cartridges off site for enhanced data security.
The SMB Guide to Backup Best Practices:
Data Protection Strategies for Small- to Medium-Sized Businesses
Suppose for a moment that a virus infects your entire computer network. The virus spreads through every employee's workstation, into every document and database file. All your work, all your data—it's all destroyed. How would your business recover? Without an adequate backup and recovery plan, your business is at risk.
Storage Technology Evolution and Alignment:
A Primer on Implementing Efficient Multi-tiered Architectures

By Freeform Dynamics
Few organisations today would deny their absolute dependency on both their computer systems and on the information they store. Rapid data growth continues for many businesses, and despite the current economic climate storage demands do not seem to be letting up. Against this backdrop, storage technologies continue to evolve and diversify to keep pace with data volumes.There are no magic bullets in storage and the reality is that a blend of technologies will be required in most business environments based on the so-called ‘tiered storage’ approach. With this in mind, it is important to ensure that a storage strategy is in place that reflects the requirements of the business. From there, balanced decisions can be made considering the value, cost and risk of any particular solution in a given context.

 

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