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archiving

[′är‚kīv·iŋ]
(computer science)
The storage of files, in the form of punch cards, microfilm, or magnetic tape, for very long periods of time, in case it is necessary to regenerate the file due to subsequent introduction of errors.

archiving

Long term storage or backup. An archiving system saves files for future use. See archive.
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Active archiving technology is unique because it understands and intelligently processes data relationships, regardless of the complexity.
Our joint effort with Plasmon to deliver the File System Archiving product will give their customers the unique ability to support the discovery, classification and migration of their data across a heterogeneous tiered storage environment in one solution.
Active archiving allows you to remove precise sets of data.
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If archiving on a typical RAID system, a simple delete operation does not remove the data from the disk.

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