Archiving Projects-- TAPE vs. DVD

Matthew Walker matt at thebraingarden.com
Thu Feb 9 12:46:23 MST 2006


On Thursday 09 February 2006 12:44, justin gedge wrote:
> Specifically-- the goal is to archive data from a project.  This is NOT
> for a nightly backup [nightly back ups are covered already].  This is
> for pulling project data off the system [when the project is done] and
> storing it on a medium that will be archived both locally an in a
> document control center for easy retrieval at a future date [if
> needed].  Longevity is a concern, as well as capacity.
>

If you want longevity and capacity, go with tape. Period.

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