where tape belongs

Braue, David
September 2003
Storage Magazine;Sep2003, Vol. 2 Issue 7, p38
Focuses on issues surrounding the use of tape drives in backup and data restoration. Storage area network strategy developed by Timothy Belfield, a senior technical analyst with the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center in Saint Louis, Missouri, to support the needs of some researchers; Benefit from using cheaper disk technologies as a buffer between primary disk and tape, according to Gartner Inc.; Challenge posed by tapes for users migrating their data onto high-speed SAN.


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