If you're new to file archiving, you probably aren't familiar with the term "stub." A stub is a file that points to a file, similar to the concept of a shortcut on a desktop. Instead of pointing to an active file, a stub points to an archived file that has been moved to a new location.
When you start archiving files in an enterprise environment -- which you should do to keep network storage capacity optimized -- you will work with stubs.
As the holidays get closer, gift giving is on everyone’s mind. Why not give yourself the gift of success next year? Now is the perfect time to use your end-of-year budget to give yourself data insights and knowledge in 2015 to put to rest your storage challenges once and for all.