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Tape Drive Controllers White Papers

  • Tape Management Headaches

    Sponsored by: Iron Mountain

    According to an IDG survey of IT decision makers, 40% of respondents say they worry about the potential time and costs needed to move data to the cloud. Access this datasheet from Iron Mountain to learn 3 questions to ask before migrating your tape environment.

  • Reintroducing Tape to The Modern Data Center

    Sponsored by: Iron Mountain

    Download this detailed white paper to learn why businesses are reintroducing tape to their data protection strategies, with special attention given to: how does tape work in the modern infrastructure, myth busting tape’s perceived shortcomings, and comparing the performance of tape to disk.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Analyst Brief: NERSC Case Study On Tape as Cost-Effective and Reliable Solution for Primary Data Storage

    Sponsored by: Oracle Corporation UK Ltd

    Check out this informative resource, which discusses why one organsation chooses tape as its primary storage option.

  • Tape Storage Systems Continue to Evolve with Long-Term Data Archiving Functionality

    Sponsored by: Spectra Logic Corporation

    This tutorial will cover the latest developments in tape storage systems and review the major differences between backup software vs. archiving software. The benefits of tape storage systems, including long-term data archiving will also be discussed.

  • Transitioning from Tape to a Disk Backup Appliance

    Sponsored by: EMC Corporation

    This SearchStorage.com E-Guide is here to help you make the transition from tape to disk as smooth as possible. Read on as backup expert Brien Posey offers insight into the 7 steps that you need to follow in order to have a fast, stress-free transition.

  • E-Guide: The State of Tape: Recent Developments in Tape

    Sponsored by: Oracle Corporation

    In this SearchStorage.com E-Guide, Rich Castagna discusses the current landscape of the tape market and its role in the data center today. Read on to learn the latest trends in tape systems, advanced drives life the T10000C and where the future of tape lies.

  • Making Cents of Tape vs. Disk: The Complete Guide on What to Choose and Why

    Sponsored by: Nexsan

    Since the cost comparison between tape and disk is obviously far more complex than the media itself, this brief outlines all the considerations necessary for a more complete understanding of the benefit and true cost comparison between tape and disk to help IT professionals choose and justify their backup environment.

  • You’re Not As Backed Up As You Think

    Sponsored by: EMC Corporation

    Learn how to overcome the challenges of traditional data backup for your small to mid-size organization and discover the benefits of implementing a Software-As-A-Service (SaaS) backup solution.

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