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One of the keys to any data recovery planning and implementation is selecting the right tools to recover the data. Once the key people, data, and plan have been identified, the right combination of hardware equipment is required. In virtually every situation, it makes sense to include tape as part of your equipment selection. This may not be consistent with conventional wisdom for data recovery, but it’s true nonetheless. The disk industry took the lead in data protection following poor tape performance in the 1990s. The old perceptions about tape have lingered, but the fact is that tape reliability has…

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