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Old 7th October 2022
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Default Current usage of tape in backup

Who is using tape backup? Which sorts in which environments?

He world wants to know. Well, I do, anyway.
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Old 9th October 2022
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The last time I used tape backup was in the late 1980's. It was a Taiwanese tape drive that connected to a floppy disk interface of an IBM XT compatible. It was used to backup computers in a small company network.

It seems that nowadays only Tandberg has a tape drive suitable for private or small business use. A few days ago, while browsing, I saw an USB 3.2 tape drive for around 400 euro. But I cannot find it anymore.

When I first heard of Amazon Glacier, with a wait period of a few hours, I wondered whether they used tape storage.
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