library tape

library tape

[′lī‚brer·ē ‚tāp]
(computer science)
A magnetic tape that is kept in a stored, indexed collection for ready use and is made generally available.
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Optional SCSI-connected autoloader or library tape devices are available for easy backup/restore and offsite archiving.
Of far higher value is a common design concept that creates usage and feel similarities, regardless of the library tape drive technology.
And second, if he can afford a Jaguar, replacing a library tape shouldn't be that tough on him.
It even ensures the integrity of library tape content.
Tivoli Storage Management's cross-platform support for Storage Area Networks (SANs), backup, archiving, restoration, HSM and disaster recovery allows each ATL library tape drive to support individual hosts utilizing different operating systems.
Callers can either speak first to a nurse, then be connected to a specific library tape, or they can dial up a topic directly for self-care tips, extensive background about chronic or temporary conditions, or detailed descriptions of common surgical procedures.
For example, OmniBack II for Windows NT includes such features as support for library tape drives, SAP R3 online backup and online backup for Microsoft SQL Server and Exchange Server at no additional cost.
The company now offers a full line of single drive and robotic library tape systems compatible with Novell NetWare, UNIX, Windows NT, OS/2 and other operating environments.
All library tapes can be coded and indexed so that any video segment on any tape can be retrieved quickly.
Printed Swedish media library equipment and Swedish audio books with library equipment, printed Swedish media in the library tapes, printed Swedish media in publishing tapes, DVDs, music, newspapers and magazines, as well as custom media.
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