Data Recovery [en-GB]

Data Term Glossary

08 November 2023 09:03:42 EST

Active data Active data is information residing on the direct access storage media of computer systems, which is readily visible to the operating system and/or application software with which it was Read more

08 November 2023 08:16:50 EST

Recoverable Tape Types and Formats

DLT Descended from the DEC TK range of drives, the DLT has emerged as one of the major players at the high data capacity and high performance end of the market. Serpentine recording format DLT...

08 November 2023 06:12:42 EST

RAID History

A history of RAID systems RAID technology has revolutionised enterprise data storage. RAID stands for a Redundant Array of Independent (originally Inexpensive) Disks, and uses the concept of system...

06 November 2023 02:34:56 EST

What is RAID 6

RAID 6 A blend of fault tolerance and performance to protect your data. A RAID array is a collection of disks that are configured either by software or hardware in a certain way to protect data,...

06 November 2023 02:18:24 EST

What is RAID 1?

RAID 1 The system for better fault management. While the RAID system overall makes it possible to optimize data storage by distributing it over several hard disks, each configuration has its own...

06 November 2023 01:33:52 EST

What is RAID 5?

RAID 5 A powerful technology to ensure the integrity of your data. A RAID array is a collection of disks that are configured either by software or hardware in a certain way to protect data or enhance...

06 November 2023 01:23:09 EST

What is RAID 0

RAID 0 The classic data striping configuration. RAID 0 is a technology that combines two or more hard drives together and stripes data across the disks to improve performance for reading and writing...

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