Over 20 terabytes of networked storage is available to hold data. This is backed up daily, and quickly recoverable. A tape library is used for preserving data on a daily, weekly and monthly basis with tapes stored at on-site and off-site locations. Easy restoration of data can be performed by using snapshots. Snapshots are hourly, daily and weekly copies of the data on networked storage spaces. Snapshots can be immediately retrieved by users without the need to request a restoration of data from backup tapes.
Engineering users are familiar with the networked storage spaces provided through the use of home, office, research and web space. Using these spaces ensures that your data is backed up regularly, stored in a controlled environment, protected under disaster recovery plans and best of all, available to you from anywhere.