We had a great turn out last week to our VirtualQ I Protect & Archive event of online sessions where
It is been a long time coming. Two full days of sessions with our valued customers and those interested in
Even if you haven’t been bitten by ransomware, I bet you know someone who has. It’s an increasing problem for
As we close out another year, cyberattacks like ransomware continue to be top of mind for many organizations. We expect
You heard that right, the wait is over, LTO-8 tape is back! If ever there was anything sexy about tape
The topic of data growth and security continues to be a challenge for many organizations. The question to “air-gap” or
As cameras and other media devices steadily rise in number and improve in capability, sports broadcasters, production companies, and movie studios all face a mutually critical challenge: What to do with these expanding libraries of valuable content?
My thanks to Christophe Bertrand, a Senior Analyst at ESG, for his recent video which includes some interesting factoids from ESG’s 2018 Data Protection Landscape survey. The survey echoes my own observations as a member of organizations that care about such things, including the LTO Consortium, the Active Archive Alliance, and Quantum’s product marketing and product management team.
Randi Altman’s postPerspective just published this article that talks about the value of LTO as a great archive storage solution for post houses. I’d like to add my own perspective on a few things, based on the article as well as recent conversations at IBC2018 and some different customers we have.
With macro-trends like looming Zettabyte scale unstructured data and the increasing threat from ransomware, LTO’s properties and attributes have made it a key technology in the future.