• Backup targets: Tape libraries and VTLs

    Tape drives, tape libraries and virtual tape libraries are among the popular backup target options available today.

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  • Which IBM 3592 tape cartridge has the highest capacity?

    There are a bunch of IBM 3592 'J' tape designations. How do you order the right capacity for your tape drives? Do you take compression into account?

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  • Determining how long your tape drives might last

    Simple ways to figure out how long your drives might last.

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  • Using an autoloader tape drive for data backup in SMBs

    For SMBs, an autoloader tape drive offers more convenience than a standalone tape drive, and a lower price than a tape library. Learn more about using an autoloader tape drive in an SMB environment.

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  • Users eye StorageTek’s ‘big tape’

    Users had mixed impressions of StorageTek's new Titanium 10000 tape drive unveiled at the user conference this week.

    Beth Pariseau8,025 pointsBadges:
  • Video clip firm sticks with tape

    Thought Equity is serving up half a petabyte of video clips to its customers using Sun tape drives linked directly to Web servers through Sun's SAM-FS software.

    Beth Pariseau8,025 pointsBadges:
  • Sun, IBM cross 1 TB tape drive line

    IBM and Sun unveil 1 TB tape drives, while HP and Sony renew low-end DAS/DDT tape partnership.

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  • Tape backup best practices: How to improve tape storage performance

    Despite all the hype around disk-based data backup and recovery tape storage is still the primary target for most backups. Not only is the most data stored on tape, but most data is backed up directly to tape without using disk as a buffer. With this in mind, what does one do to make the...

    WCurtisPreston260 pointsBadges:
  • Tape drive autoloader vs. cloud backup

    Your customers might be considering buying a tape drive autoloader, but before they decide to upgrade their tape hardware, it's worth considering whether they're ready to abandon tape for cloud backup.

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  • DLT1: Shrink to fit

    Good things do come in small packages, at least in the world of tape. Benchmark Storage Innovations, Inc., is offering up a DLT1 tape drive that will fit into a DDS (digital data storage) space. The company is looking to grab users on their way out of DDS technology and looking for a higher...

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