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  • Five Key Considerations When Moving from Tape to Cloud Storage

    Sponsored by: OROCK Technologies

    The cloud is making adopting scalable storage for digital services easier, but it still requires some tinkering to get right. Access this white paper to learn 5 key considerations when moving from tape to cloud storage.

  • Managing the Archival Upheaval

    Sponsored by: Fujifilm Recording Media USA, Inc.

    Access this white paper to learn 7 steps for building an archiving strategy and discover why the numerous improvements in tape have made it a standout choice for data archiving in the foreseeable future.

  • It’s a New Game with New Rules

    Sponsored by: Fujifilm Recording Media USA, Inc.

    Today’s tape technology is nothing like the tape of the past – it’s a new game with new rules. Access this white paper to learn about the modern era of tape and discover 8 key benefits that set it apart from the competition.

  • Tape Performance Accelerates: Access Time and Throughput Take Off

    Sponsored by: Fujifilm Recording Media USA, Inc.

    Access this white paper to examine several new performance capabilities of tape, including access and data transfer times, and to see how the tape industry relieves mass transit issues for bulk data movement.

  • Meet the Backup Window and Unlock Cloud for Long-Term Data Retention and Recovery

    Sponsored by: FalconStor Software

    Access this data sheet to learn how to achieve capacity reduction, longer data retention, improved restore times, pervasive security, and increased data reliability with FalconStor’s Virtual Tape Library (VTL).

  • Compass™ Virtual Tape Library

    Sponsored by: Cobalt Iron

    With Cobalt Iron, organizations can have a software-defined virtual tape library (VTL) that is fully integrated into its Compass SaaS platform and unifies backup silos. Read through this data sheet to find out about the benefits of Compass VTL which include its simplicity, features, and savings versus traditional VTLs.

  • Why a tape backup system is still a good storage option

    Sponsored by: Fujifilm Recording Media USA, Inc.

    Tape backup isn't going anywhere just yet. Get the rundown on current uses for tape, accompanying technologies and vendor updates in this essential guide.

  • Striking the Right Balance Between Tape and Cloud

    Sponsored by: Iron Mountain

    The following white paper will walk you through how to strike the right balance between tape media and cloud for your organization, as well as how to unite the two with a holistic data management strategy. Download now to access this critical insight.

  • How Google Backs Up the Internet

    Sponsored by: Fujifilm Recording Media USA, Inc.

    Tune into this instructive video as Raymond Blum, Staff Site Reliability Engineer at Google, reveals Google's hybrid tape backup strategy. You'll find out how Google literally backs up the internet.

  • Why Microsoft Azure is Choosing Tape

    Sponsored by: Fujifilm Recording Media USA, Inc.

    Taken from Fujifilm's Global IT Executive Summit, in this clip Marvin McNett, Principal Developer Manager at Microsoft, details 5 concrete advantages of tape technology and why organizations will continue to use it in their data centers.

  • The True TCO of Tape

    Sponsored by: Fujifilm Recording Media USA, Inc.

    Lead Analyst of Storage Switzerland George Crump and Brad Johns discuss the TCO of tape vs. disk vs. cloud in this video, and in it you'll learn about tape's unique cost advantages for a 5-year and 10-year TCO. Tune in here.

  • Tape Performance Accelerates

    Sponsored by: Fujifilm Recording Media USA, Inc.

    This paper details the recent tape developments that are making significant strides in delivering faster initial access times and throughput levels, and can reliably transfer large files and volumes of data.

  • Tape Storage: It's a New Game with New Rules

    Sponsored by: Fujifilm Recording Media USA, Inc.

    Clue into the latest tape technology advancements in this white paper, which includes details on 8 major tape enhancements, using tape for cybersecurity and data protection, tape's role in the cloud era, and more.

  • Tape Technology, Capacity Continue to Advance

    Sponsored by: SearchDataBackup.com

    Tape storage technology is viewed—incorrectly—as behind the times, but thanks partially to growing tape capacity, it plays a key role in the backup product space.

  • Estimating the Lifespan of Tape

    Sponsored by: LTO

    In this e-guide, expert Brien Posey offers advice on how to estimate the useful lifespan of backup tape media depending on how it's used. Access now and you will also learn how new magnetic recording has improved tape storage capacity.

  • What is Driving New Backup Tape Library Adoption Today?

    Sponsored by: LTO

    In this brief expert guide, Ben Woo discusses why tape libraries are resurging as data management solutions are becoming more reliable and durable. Read on to discover how tape can lower your operational costs and offer a suitable solution to big data management challenges.

  • IDG MarketPulse Research Paper: Lighting Up Dark Data CIO Research Paper

    Sponsored by: Commvault

    Access this informative white paper to learn about the risks of dark data and how to avoid it.

  • Tape Storage Upgrade Guide: Modernize Your Storage Infrastructure with the Latest Tape Solutions

    Sponsored by: Oracle and Intel®

    This informative guide explains the new usage cases for tape storage in the data center. It explains the circumstances that have led to a need for new tape storage technologies and then goes on to explain the benefits of one  suite of solutions.

  • Big Data Tape Library Buyer’s Guide

    Sponsored by: Oracle and Intel®

    Read this DCIG 2014 Big Data Tape Library Buyer's Guideand learn how to make intelligent, cost-effective decisions when it comes to tape storage.

  • Examining Today's Data Protection Solutions

    Sponsored by: SearchDataBackup.com

    Data backups have evolved dramatically from the days of producing a nightly backup to tape. Modern data protection techniques start with backup targets such as tape libraries and virtual tape libraries to deduplicating disk arrays, integrated backup appliances and the cloud.

  • The Backup Target Today

    Sponsored by: SearchDataBackup.com

    Data backups have evolved dramatically from the days of producing a nightly backup to tape. Modern data protection techniques start with backup targets such as tape libraries and virtual tape libraries to deduplicating disk arrays, integrated backup appliances and the cloud.

  • Tape Systems Technologies Handbook

    Sponsored by: SearchDataBackup.com

    Tape media, drive and library technology advances with increasing capacity and innovations aimed at making data more accessible. This handbook offers information on tape systems, including tape media and libraries, LTFS, tape vaulting and using tape for long-term archiving.

  • Case Study: Teleperformance España, Customer Service Company Transforms Information Management

    Sponsored by: Iron Mountain

    This case study explores how one company implemented an outsourced records management and electronic media vaulting service to reduce time and cost involved in administration, enhance business resilience and improve legal compliance.

  • Enable Data Collaboration Through Powerful Storage Efficiencies

    Sponsored by: Oracle Corporation UK Ltd

    This white paper provides insight into a leading vendor's optimized technology for tiered storage infrastructure – offering the flexibility to scale both capacity and performance independently while also keeping storage costs low and providing reliable data protection over many years.

  • Expert Analysis of LTFS: Role in Backup, Media & Entertainment, and Beyond (Presentation Transcript)

    Sponsored by: Oracle Corporation

    In this presentation transcript Jon discusses LTFS, Linear Tape File System – what it's designed to do, who's using it today, and if and when it is a dominant file storage platform.

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