Tape backup and tape libraries
- July 05, 2005
Backed by three powerful players, LTO tape has eaten up market share in the past few years. Here's a look at the implications for tape users.
- July 01, 2005
Whether you're part of a big-budget company or have a staff of 10, data encryption can be a life saver in more than one aspect. There are options out there for companies of all sizes.
- June 29, 2005
Gartner reports that LTO-based tape drives reached 77% market share over SDLT and SAIT in 2004; Quicken Loans deploys EMC ControlCenter.
- April 13, 2005
Think you know all of the different disk to disk to tape (D2D2T) backup terms? Take our quick quiz and see how you measure up on our disk backup geek-o-meter. How many can you guess without peeking?
- April 01, 2005
Integrated virtual tape library
- April 01, 2005
Standalone virtual tape library
- March 17, 2005
Boeing Employees' Credit Union is encrypting all its data written to tape to avoid security breaches like the one Bank of America recently experienced.
- March 02, 2005
Iron Mountain profit up $1.5 million from a year ago; NetApp donates gear to Chinese university; FalconStor, ADTX team up for VTL in Japan.
- February 23, 2005
Quantum CEO Rick Belluzzo recently chatted about integrating the acquisition of Certance, the evolving roles of disk and tape in backup, and those HP rumors.
- February 22, 2005
ADIC adds LTO-3 support to its tape libraries, increasing capacity and data transfer rates; LeftHand upgrades IP SAN system; FrontBridge sells disaster recovery service for e-mail.
- February 01, 2005
ADIC is launching a remote diagnostics service to troubleshoot problems with its tape libraries and attached storage devices over the Web.
- January 13, 2005
Optical disk is the most reliable, but disk-to-tape is more frequently used for backup and archiving. Users weigh the pros and cons of each.
- December 17, 2004
LTO's first road map update includes capacity and speed increases for generations 5 and 6.
- November 23, 2004
Reversing the trend of the previous generation, IBM announces LTO-3 ahead of HP, offering users more capacity and better performance out of their tape systems.
- November 17, 2004
Some vendors say tape is dead (mostly in an effort to sell more disk products), but very few companies can back up data effectively without a tape library. In this product roundup, we discuss how tape libraries are used, how they're evolving, and ...