Most of us reading this blog post have that extra refrigerator in the garage or basement (or both!), for the stuff you just can’t fit in your kitchen fridge - or don’t necessarily use right away: extra milk, bread, frozen foods…..and a healthy variety of craft beers.
If you’re like the average environment NTP Software assesses, 60-90% of your unstructured file data is a candidate for archiving.
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LOTS of Great Things Are Around 20 Years Old Now:
- Rip Van Winkle’s Bourbon Whiskey, valued at $9,999.95 (a bargain no doubt)
- The Movie Shawshank Redemption – now looping continuously on TNT…again.
- The lint in the bottom of……EVERYTHING in the bottom of your kitchen junk drawer.
- Disney’s Animal Kingdom. They still have the same parrot from 1998…just not the same cracker.
- - headquartered in Chelmsford, MA: Operating for more than 24-years strong.
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.