Friday, October 31, 2008

Tape is Still Very Much Alive!

October 31, 2008 Published by

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Dear member,

For years analysts have predicted that tape will die a natural death as disk and other forms of storage take its place. However, sales figures and the ambitions of the vendors who manufacture tape-based storage products are both evidence that tape lives and continues to be crucial to some customers' storage strategy.

As businesses become increasingly reliant on data for day-to-day operations, they need the most complete and cost-effective data protection solution possible to avoid budget problems, data disasters and easily preventable business failures.

Watch this videocast, featuring storage expert, Greg Schulz, to learn why tape can still be a viable option for your every day data protection operations.

Tape is Still Very Much Alive!
SPEAKER: Greg Schulz, Founder & Sr. Analyst - The StorageIO Group
SPONSOR :   Zenith Infotech

Tape is a time-tested, cost-effective technology and storage medium for storing data. With the continued price decline and capacity increase in magnetic hard disk drives, can tape still be a viable storage medium or is it dead-end technology?

In this videocast you will learn how tape offers:

  • Easy/user friendly storage management
  • Effective consolidation
  • High storage capacity
  • And more
Find out what advice Greg Schulz has to give to solutions providers about tape, disk and other related technologies.

Greg Schulz, Founder & Sr. Analyst - The StorageIO Group

Greg Schulz is the Founder and a Senior Analyst for the StorageIO Group as well as author of the book "Resilient Storage Networks - Designing Flexible Scalable Data Infrastructures." He brings over 25 years experience in UNIX, Windows, IBM Mainframe, OpenVMS and other environments from a clustering, server, applications, capacity planning, DR, networking and storage perspective.


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