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Best seller where I work though ;)
Some people will buy anything that includes a wireless keyboard and mouse haha
On my Cambridge exam, one of the questions asked was going on about the most suitable form of backup storage for a corporate server. Corporate servers usually have high volume transfers, and generally backup frequently. So naturally, your typical red label NAS storage clusters in some raid configuration was my answer.
The right answer was tape storage... TAPE STORAGE. Tape Storage is supposedly more "durable", OK! This is Cambridge here too...Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
lol. never had any issues either.
Definitely agree, really easy to setup a PC!
I think PC companies like Lenovo can be really competitive, how's $300 for an i7/12GB DDR3 desktop haha
LTO-6 has a maximum data transfer of 160 MB/s (even LTO-3, released in 2005 has 80 MB/s); you're probably going to be limited by network speeds before the drive's speed causes much concern--and that's with dual bonded GBe. At 2,5 TB of storage and a 15-30 year archival life; a corporation is well served by using a tape library over red label NAS for backup.