Even though the price of disks has dropped significantly, tape will continue to be the archiving media of choi...
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If you are going to be recovering the media files on a regular basis, then the recovery time will factor into your TCO. A disk subsystem could be used to restore most recent media and reduce restore times. If this time is costly to your company, a disk subsystem might be justified.
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