Backup Tape

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Backup Tape

A hard drive with memory space available to save extra copies of computer data. That is, a backup tape is where one stores data in case the original data is lost. Having backup tape is especially important if one keeps a great deal of information for one's company on a computer. Businesses commonly use backup tape to keep their computer information in more than one place.
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As part of its disaster recovery processes enterprise ireland have a requirement to store computer backup tapes in a secure off-site location.
In the event of a recovery, the full backup tape is restored followed by the incremental backup tapes.
Unfortunately they also consistently left the backup tapes on top of the server.
after the court found the investment banking firm had deliberately failed to recover backup tapes of e-mails as ordered and overwrote e-mails after 12 months in violation of U.
Almost a year of new-continuous warnings about the vulnerability of backup tapes has gone unheeded, results from a survey showed today.
All backup tapes within CNL are compressed and secured with AES-256 encryption by DataFort appliances before they are transported offsite.
Media and entertainment company Time Warner said Monday that computer backup tapes containing data on 600,000 individuals were lost by an outside data storage firm.
The set of backup tapes your client locates is more than one week old, and are damaged from water and other elements.
Tape drives, backup tapes and tape backup software can fail.
Planning Is No Tape Job -- When setting up a business continuity plan, most small and mid-sized organizations rely solely on backup tapes.
Because it supports automated export of standard format backup tapes, Pathlight VX provides these performance gains while it retains all of the advantages of traditional tape backup, including long term data security, low cost scalability, and portability.