Storage Content-addressed storage:

Content-addressed storage

Content-addressed storage (CAS) enhances archival storage environments by supporting immutability. Data is stored in a fixed location on disk (the "content address") and cannot be changed once it's been written. This is a critical attribute for compliance and litigation. CAS platforms also prevent data from being deleted until its established retention period had elapsed.

CAS system product specifications:

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  • CAS systems: Product snapshots

    Buying Guide -  Archives provide long-term data storage, but simply storing the information isn't enough to meet compliance or litigation needs. Today, an organization needs the immutability of content-addressed storage (CAS).

CAS system purchase considerations:

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  • Guide to purchasing CAS systems

    Buying Guide -  Content-addressed storage (CAS) enhances archival storage environments by supporting immutability. Data is stored in a fixed location on disk (the "content address") and cannot be changed once it's been written.

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