Disk based backup
- March 01, 2004
Maxxan Systems wants to make disk-based virtual tape libraries the de facto standard for backup and recovery -- and they're not alone. A growing number of storage vendors and industry experts believe that tape's days are numbered and that VTL ...
- February 17, 2004
To cure an ever-growing backup window and lessen the time required for data recovery, Beyond Genomics turned to a disk-based virtual tape system instead of upgrading to the latest, greatest tape library.
- February 13, 2004
Here's a brief roundup of the week's storage news and announcements that you might have missed.
- December 30, 2003
Review of 2003 backup hardware gold medal winner Data Domain DD200 Recovery Appliance.
- November 20, 2003
In an effort to penetrate the small to mid-sized business market, IntraDyn has tailored the two newest versions of its serial ATA disk-based RocketVault appliances for backup and recovery and regulatory compliance.
- September 24, 2003
Tape library vendor ADIC has thrown its weight behind the concept of disk-based backup with the launch of its first in a line of disk-to-tape backup systems, the Pathlight VX.
- June 12, 2003
Data Domain is prepping its first product launch -- software that supports existing backup software and requires fewer disks than conventional ATA RAID backup solutions.
- March 14, 2003
A group representing ham radio operators now uses disk-to-disk backup. Not only is the new system more efficient, the organization's IT manager, a self-proclaimed "paranoid," sleeps a little easier at night.
- February 26, 2003
In its second software release in as many months, Veritas has made upgrades to its popular NetBackup software.
- January 10, 2003
Another storage vendor makes the scene with its own idea of the best way to handle data backup.
- December 31, 2002
Review of Quantum DX30
- May 09, 2002
Quantum joined forces with storage software and equipment vendors to form the Enhanced Backup Solutions Initiative (EBSI), a vendor-agnostic, industry coalition that is out to catalyze the adoption of disk-based backup technology.
- March 05, 2002
Quantum has launched a new technology platform that uses hard disks for backup/restore operations. Quantum says its new system emulates a tape library and brings disk speeds to the world of backup.