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Tape media is considered the most reliable and most prevalent source for enterprise data recovery.
But what's news is that tape is finding its way into many exciting applications where combined with other technologies, it provides exceptional levels of performance and value to end-user organizations.
The two dominant mid-range tape technologies--Super DLTtape II and Linear Tape Open Ultrium 3 (LTO 3)--have embraced the WORM concept and both now offer WORM functionality, although each takes a different approach.
In a small office or home office (SOHO) environment, it may be feasible to have a single data protection approach, or a standalone tape drive, to store all data, applications and operating systems that are used to operate the business.
Moreover, tapes can be easily shipped and are less likely to be damaged in the shipping process.