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IT organizations of all sizes contend with a growing data footprint with more data to manage, protect and preserve for longer periods of time.
Managing backup and recovery in today's environment is a multi-dimensional challenge with both near and long-term business requirements. Recent technological developments in disk backup have had a positive impact on short-term data retention strategy. This tool provides key topics to think about as you design your long-term data retention plans.
Many customers have expressed a desire for tape libraries to proactively report more-and better-information about their units, therefore requiring less hands-on time supporting their tape systems.
With companies storing data for longer periods of time to meet compliance regulations and business best practices, the inherent risk of a data breach is growing significantly.
Quantum's iLayer software has historically provided an advanced SAN connectivity feature set via a Fibre Channel I/O Blade, sold and positioned as storage networking drives.
For years, tape storage systems have played a key role in efforts to store data for backup and retrieval, archiving, and contingency planning purposes. More recently, tape has been called on to help preserve and safeguard data to meet data retention laws and regulations.
Every data center, whether enterprise or SMB, is currently experiencing a period of unprece-dented growth within their data storage environ-ment. Most are expanding their information capa-city by 50% to 70% annually, while many are doubling capacity in the same period. It is an absolute truth that storage requirements will continue to increase in 2010, and beyond.
Along with their iLayer software, Quantum has delivered an archive solution that reduces the total cost of ownership for the IT infrastructure while at the same time simplifying data protection. To learn more about the Scalar i6000, please read on.