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The original submission of a manuscript for review must be primed on a letter-quality primer with double spacing throughout on nonerasable 8-1/2- by 11-inch paper.
In some cases, employing a nonerasable archive technology such as optical WORM (Write Once, Read Many) drives or WORM tape is mandated.
Preserving regulated data on non-rewritable, nonerasable formats (an important provision of the SEC regulations).
But nonerasable disks make things easier and are the most widely used.
Under this rule, companies must retain electronic records in a nonrewritable and nonerasable format for a certain period of time.
These solutions provide high-performance, nonrewritable, nonerasable disk storage to protect data until a specified retention date.
NetApp SnapLock assists companies in complying with regulatory and best-practices records-retention requirements by allowing the creation of nonrewritable, nonerasable write-once-read-many (WORM) volumes on NetApp storage systems.
NetApp SnapLock, a component of the NetApp total enterprise compliance solution, enables companies to comply with regulatory and best-practices records-retention requirements by allowing the creation of nonrewritable, nonerasable write-once-read-many (WORM) volumes on NetApp NearStore(R) and FAS storage systems.
SnapLock Enterprise is designed for customers who are not required by government regulation to store data as nonerasable or nonrewritable, but want a solution that gives them the assurance that important data and business records will remain accurate, safe from modification, and accessible online for the amount of time they deem necessary before choosing to delete or reuse the stored data.
The patented laser recording/reading system may be of interest to potential customers desiring a credit-card format with up to 500 kilobytes of updatable, nonerasable digital data and audit-trail capability.
The optical memory stripe stores nonerasable data about the motor vehicle.