By David Fox LTFS brings together the convenience and familiarity of a removable disk, with the capacity, reliability and price-per-terabyte of tape. Since P5 version 5.6 now supports LTFS, this article looks at the reasons LTFS exists
By David Fox P5 Backup2Go is Archiware’s workstation backup product, it reads from the workstations disks and writes to a central disk-based repository. Here, many time-based snapshots of the workstations data are retained and available to restore from.
By David Fox 1. What cloud support does P5 offer for Backup and Archiving? Since P5 version 5.5, Archiware has introduced flexible support for a variety of cloud storage services in both the Backup and Archive modules.
– Click here for the English version of this article – von Josef Doods Die Anforderungen: Datensicherheit und Zugriff auf ältere Datei-Versionen sowie Hochverfügbarkeit. Die Antwort: P5 Synchronize.
– Hier finden Sie die deutsche Version dieses Artikels – By Josef Doods The requirement: Data security and access to older file versions in combination with high availability. The answer: P5 Synchronize.
LTO Tape is more attractive than ever and applicable in more circumstances. Text by Dr. Marc M. Batschkus Infographic by Lana Tannir In rapid succession, LTO-8 has quickly appeared in addition to the already impressive LTO-7 tape standard.
by Archiware Staff Ransomware attacks impact organizations of all sizes and sectors. Out of 540 organizations in North America, Canada, the U.K. and Germany, nearly half have experienced ransomware attacks in 2016 (Osterman Research Survey).
by Marc M. Batschkus – Read part 1 – Implementing the Archive with P5 Archive Once you know the who, what and how, you can start looking at the details of your Archive implementation.
by Ibrahim Tannir October 31, 2014 – As some people may have noticed on their Windows installations, following the switch back from the daylight saving time (DST)
by Sven Köster What is a NAS August 11, 2014 – The term NAS (network attached storage) is used by vendors in a broad sense. There are low class NAS systems that are not up to the job of providing