Tape backup and tape libraries
- 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 ...
- October 18, 2004
This Tech Report gives you everything you need to know about virtual tape libraries.
- September 23, 2004
- September 23, 2004
Jerome Wendt looks at tape's new love affair with disk.
- August 19, 2004
The Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA) has launched its fifth lab, which aims to improve management of tape libraries, iSCSI and NAS.
- August 16, 2004
Certance is first to announce LTO-3 drives and, together with HP, has extended the roadmap for Digital Audio Tape (DAT).
- July 27, 2004
The specification for the next generation of LTO tape technology is available now, but the format will not include native WORM support as expected