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How to Know if Virtual Tape Technology is Right for You

Webinar Published By: Mainline Information Systems
Mainline Information Systems
Published:  Oct 20, 2009
Type:  Webinar
Length:  1 pages

A virtual tape library (VTL) is an archival storage technology that allows you to save data as if it were being stored on tape, even if you are using hard disk or another storage medium. Common benefits of virtual tape systems include storage efficiency, better backup and recovery times and lower operating costs. This webcast will explore the options and benefits of VTL's, give you a basic understanding of what is available in the marketplace, and help you decide if this solution is right for your organization.



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virtual tape technology, vtl, mainline information systems, archival storage, backup and recovery, topologies, data de-duplication, intelligent compression