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Keeping Backups Safe Using LTO Tape
Malware in the form of holding data for ransom has been a threat to organizations for years. Ransomware attacks are getting more sophisticated and are targeting a new class of data – backups! Ransomware will now look to delete any type of backups it comes across, for example, any Windows backup files and shared network drives. Learn how to defend against this type of cyberattack. https://bit.ly/3110GdS
Video Surveillance Storage Challenges
We review some alarming incidents caught on camera and what IT departments can do to keep up with the demands of storing video surveillance content with help from LTO technology.
LTO Case Studies
Award-winning studio protects workflow with LTO Technology
Aardman is an independent and multi-award-winning studio. It produces feature films, series, advertising, interactive entertainment and innovative attractions for both the domestic and international market. The studio’s work includes the creation of much-loved characters such as Wallace & Gromit, Shaun the Sheep and Morph.
Manage and efficiently store video production material at each phase of the workflow.
Protect video assets from any form of accidental or intentional destruction and ransomware attacks.
Control costs and stay within planned budget.
Easily access archived content for edits, conforms, final productions and future reference.
Implemented LTO tape drives and automated libraries with about 100 slot capacity.
Production staff can straightforwardly
retrieve video content from tape libraries for any phase of production.
Able to store each step of the workflow securely to LTO tape.
Easy to create second tape copy of video content to store offsite for disaster protection.
LTO Tape Shipment Report
Reveals Record Breaking
Tape Capacity Shipments
Continued increase in capacity shipments point to reliance on LTO tape in modern-day storage environments.
The LTO Program Technology Provider Companies (TPCs), Hewlett Packard Enterprise, IBM Corporation and Quantum today released their annual tape media shipment report, detailing year-over-year shipments.
The LTO Program announces Fujifilm and Sony are now both licensees of Generation 9 Technology
LTO Seeing Continued Relevance for Archive and Offline Long-Term storage.
The LTO Program Technology Provider Companies (TPCs), Hewlett Packard Enterprise, IBM Corporation and Quantum are pleased to announce Fujifilm and Sony are now licensees of Generation 9 technology, meaning that both companies are planning to produce LTO-9 media moving forward.