Tape is currently enjoying a renaissance in data storage. Speakers at the third Global IT Executive Summit shed light on what's ahead.
As data centers struggle to meet their backup and recovery objectives, what will managers look for in 2011?
The 2010 history books will show that many of the developments in storage have been driven by economics rather than pure innovation. Our storage analyst, Jon Toigo, takes a look back at the significant storage news of 2010.
For SMBs considering traditional data backup and storage and/or for those struggling with an off-site solution, it may be time to consider the cloud as an alternative data protection solution.
Major League Baseball discovered efficiencies, cost savings using tape for mass storage of historical footage.
What's driving larger data volumes, and how have compliance issues complicated storage management? How can you get "big data" under control?
One quarter of respondents said they experienced a "significant network disruption" in the last year
The benefits and best practices of using tape discovery.
Virtualization’s great promise may be compromised if virtual machines can't be easily recovered.
What defines "old" data, and how do you solve compatibility issues of legacy backups?
The four basic goals of archiving, plus a 3-2-1 best practice recommendation
Spectra Logic's Molly Rector discusses tape's niche role as a powerful backup medium to its use in active archives
Three technologies that can help you create an integrated recovery plan.
More misconceptions clarified about the meaning of storage archiving, plus criteria you should use to make smart archive purchases.
One technology strategy sure to be strategic is data archiving. We clear up several misconceptions about the technology.
There are many advantages in selecting a replication solution over remote backup, from significant cost savings in hardware, software, and operations to better data protection, business continuity, and disaster recovery -- all in a single solution.
Don't develop your backup plan based on what your DR software can do. Band-Aid fixes won't help -- we need to think about what and how you back up in a whole new way.
To help IT manage its file deluge, vendors are trying to develop a platform that delivers respectable performance for file access vendors. They're really just building a bigger junk drawer.
ReiJane Huai, chairman, CEO, and co-founder of FalconStor Software, discusses his pioneering work in tape backup software for distributed systems.
Four reasons IT executives charged with business continuity planning, risk management, and disaster recovery must consider their employees and operations heavily in their plans.