Tape Management Medium and Long Term Data Backup

The data mountain is constantly growing. Storage landscapes are becoming more and more fissured. IT departments are facing a multiplicity of challenges. In 2009 the University of California in San Diego put a figure of 3.6 zeta bytes on the total of data resources in the USA alone in its study "How much information". This is equivalent to data resources per capita of 34 gigabytes. Secondly storage landscapes are devolving faster. It is becoming increasingly more difficult to access old data because storage systems have disappeared from the marketplace or are no longer supported by manufacturers. The more dated storage systems become, the faster nasty surprises may occur

Provided by: Kroll Topic: Data Management Date Added: Sep 2010 Format: PDF

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