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  • Dealing with tape devices on Windows

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  • Is cloud storage impacting tape use for long-term data retention?

    Ben Woo, founder of Neuralytix, discusses whether cloud storage is being preferred to tape for long-term data retention in this Expert Answer.

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  • New tape technologies: LTO

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  • Banks mull data security in wake of missing tapes

    The missing tapes saga reported by Bank of America over the weekend has provoked other banks to consider the physical security of their data

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  • Sun acquires StorageTek for $4.1B

    Two struggling giants consolidate to offer users a more complete package of server, disk and tape storage, and management software for archiving and compliance.

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  • Comdex: NAS, SAN to put pressure on tape in 2003

    One storage industry expert believes that storage networks could begin to replace tape in 2003. He also offers insight on the downside of storage networking and tips for companies thinking about trying storage networking.

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  • Tape makes a comeback (but was it ever gone?)

    Somebody out there is spreading rumors about the death of tape, but there’s plenty of life left in this venerable storage technology.

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