Archiving and backup News
July 14, 2016
Startup StorageOS launches software-defined storage for containers. Development teams choose a targeted Docker volume in a container and provision storage and data services.
June 28, 2016
Archive2Azure lets organizations move email archives to Microsoft Azure cloud storage. The product ensures chain of custody and data fidelity in e-discovery.
April 29, 2016
With its Nearline for data archiving, backup vendor IDrive touts a cost of 1 cent per gigabyte of storage per month, no data retrieval fee and quick access.
April 15, 2016
HGST makes its object-storage archive system available with lower capacity points for organizations that don't need to start with multi-petabyte installations.
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Though cloud archive is seen as an essential piece of cloud storage, there are issues to consider before taking flight. Continue Reading
An incremental backup decreases the time and storage space required to create a backup by only backing up the data created or modified since the previous backup. Continue Reading
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Studies show that tape archives are a comparatively cheaper method of long-term data retention. Explore how to use active archive and other storage technologies with a tape system. Continue Reading
With ever more powerful primary storage, why is backup still relevant? In this feature, storage expert George Crump explores the business case for backup applications. Continue Reading
Though some folks mistakenly view tape as an outdated technology -- thanks in no small part to the fact that disk companies keep predicting its demise -- there's no denying its importance at the table of backup products. A recent Enterprise Strategy... Continue Reading
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Whether you use disk, tape or cloud in your enterprise data protection, where you send your archives and backups is up to you. Continue Reading
Tape archiving offers low-cost, long-term data protection in a variety of industries, keeping it atop the list of data center backup technologies. Continue Reading
Block-level deduplication is a popular form of the dedupe process, but it has its drawbacks. Discover why zone-level deduplication may be better for your storage environment. Continue Reading
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Explosive data growth has brought about a commensurate increase in zettabytes, but a smart, proactive approach to archiving can help. Continue Reading
Backup and archiving are two different animals. A backup is designed to restore data to a specific point in time following an outage. Archives, on the other hand, are designed to store data that is not currently in use but cannot be deleted for ... Continue Reading
Learn three ways a data archiving system can provide access to granular-level data and then replicate it for automated recovery at a later date. Continue Reading