How Does Data Archiving Work?
Data archiving is the process of moving data that is no longer actively used to a separate data storage device for long-term retention. Data archives consist of older data that is still important and necessary for future reference, as well as data that must be retained for regulatory compliance.
Data archives are often confused with date backups, which are copies of data. Data backups are used to restore data in case it is corrupted or destroyed. In contrast, data archives protect older information that is not needed for everyday operations but may occasionally need to be accessed.
Access & Control
StorageNet allows you to routinely and automatically archive dormant files and maintain immediate, transparent access to archived data. You create the rules to automatically archive data off-site based on last accessed or last modified date of files.
Moves your dormant files to encrypted and offsite storage.
Replaces each file with a small pointer.
Integrate seamlessly with your existing applications.
Allow you access to your data files in their native format with no application development required.