Tape Vaulting: What You Need to Know About Tape Backup and Archiving by Iron MountainWelcome, Guest      sign in | register | help


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Tape Vaulting: What You Need to Know About Tape Backup and Archiving
by Iron Mountain

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Published on: March 05, 2012
Type of content: PRESENTATION TRANSCRIPT
Format: Unknown
Length: 3 pages
Price: FREE

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As legal discovery requests and regulatory compliance pressures mount, onsite tape backup and management tasks can become a serious burden on your internal resources.


But you can’t just call a partner, plop data onto tapes, toss them in the vault and forget about them. You’ll need ready access to your data at all times, whether it’s to restore your business after a disaster, meet state and federal regulatory requirements, fulfill a legal discovery request or meet the needs of an internal or external audit.


Check out this expert presentation transcript with storage industry analyst Lauren Whitehouse to learn about recent developments in tape that are keeping it relevant and answers to FAQs such as:



  • If you don’t backup to tape now, is it worth starting?

  • Does the increasing focus on meeting e-discovery put tape at a disadvantage?

  • How important is tape encryption when you're vaulting tapes?

  • And more

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