Why the future of data storage is tape

Watch this webinar to learn how tape solutions can help businesses overcome the challenges of runaway data growth

Webinar There are many demands made on IT management, and adapting data storage capacity to the requirements of the Zettabyte Age is one of the most critical.

Predictions suggest that less than 12 months from now, the total volume of global data produced will have reached 200 zettabytes. Couple that with digital transformation and a growing enterprise appetite for longer retention periods, and you get some idea of the subsequent pressure being put on IT budgets.

Storage provisioning and management has always been a business imperative, and now might be the time to consider what tape offers in terms of efficiency, cybersecurity and TCO. Storage optimization techniques can help businesses better manage their data growth and improve data access and retrieval, for example. And adding tape to existing data storage strategies can also make a tangible contribution to organizational ESG targets.

Watch this webinar on 4 April 5pm BST/12pm ET/9am PT to hear sector specialists Rich Gadomski, Head of Tape Evangelism at Fujifilm Recording Media, and Dan Trass, Manager Post Production Infrastructure at Major League Baseball Network reveal how tape is integral to their data storage and archival requirements.

You'll learn how tape storage supports data-intensive applications and use-cases, how it sits the heart of cloud and advanced applications such as AI and machine learning, and helps reduce datacenter energy consumption.

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Sponsored by Fujifilm.

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