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October 02, 2013
Tandberg Data announced availability of its new LTO-6 HH (Half Height) external drive, aimed at small- and medium-sized businesses for backup.
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A stackloader (also known as an autoloader) is a tape storage device that automatically loads tape cartridges using a robotic mechanism. Continue Reading
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The latest forecast for data storage technologies has LTFS heating up, clouds rather cool and the forecast perhaps changing for solid-state storage. Continue Reading
Disk backup and remote replication have become commonplace, but don't count tape out for DR. Learn why Jon Toigo is so keen on keeping tape in your disaster recovery policy. Continue Reading
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Upgrading from LTO-3 to LTO-4 to take advantage of LTO-4 improvements in speed and capacity is a good idea for many organizations. Here's a look at potential issues. Continue Reading
The difference between data backups vs. archives is described in this tip and the pros and cons of using tape and disk for each is discussed. Continue Reading
This tip provides an overview of the Linear Tape-Open update to LTO-4, detailing its new features and what you need to consider before upgrading to LTO-4. Continue Reading