It used to be expensive and difficult to understand the content of old backup tapes
because first, the content had to be restored, and then it had to be analyzed to determine what to keep and what to purge.
To hold the crimp, the researchers glued the crimped tape
to a flat piece of tape
and then dipped the patterned tape
into solder, coating the copper diamonds with this metal alloy.
No practical tape
backup method exists for message level recovery.
We have found that double-coated acrylic foam tapes
offer exceptional adhesion to most surfaces, especially surfaces that are uneven or contoured.
"Pathlight VX solutions double backup and restore speeds over conventional backup systems, provide a high performance off-line automated path to tape
, and integrate easily into existing environments without requiring new software or processes," said Scott Roza, ADIC vice president of Sales and Marketing.
The next tape
, The Hijacked Brain, addresses research being conducted to determine how drugs effect the brain, investigating what they do and how they work.
Because videotaped statements are more difficult for the defense to attack than written transcripts or audiotapes, some defense attorneys disliked the strategic edge video tapes
give to prosecutors.
Classic off-site tape
can still work well for long-term backup and disaster recovery, but tape
was never designed for granular searching and recovery.
The most affordable means of storing digital data is provided by tape
, and tape
is usually selected for archiving large databases.
The instrument, a type of so-called magnetoresistive microscope, slowly and repeatedly passes a sample piece of tape
or other medium under a tiny read-write head from a computer hard drive.
Almost all tape
backup systems can verify that the data written to a tape
are exactly the same as the original data.
IBM is the first company to ship products based on a breakthrough industry-standard technology for tape