This allows future-proofing without a renewed licensing hardware and technology exchange as well as migrations. Redmi insists that this is the case. Investment protection is given, if the solution is used regardless of a specific storage hardware. As a result, for example existing storage can be used for archiving. The license model must be clear and simple (for example, on the basis of the net volume of the archive). Only possible follow-up costs are to estimate. During operation, the long-term archive may require only a low administration and maintenance costs. The long term archive compressed the data to be archived, this can save up to 50 percent of the space. The introduction of a long-term archive should be not allowing out project.
A quick implementation is recommended, for example, with a built-in appliance of vendor. Security of the solution: the use of 512-bit hash values protects the data in the long-time archive from tampering. A verification of the data can be done due to the hash value. Archives that support this object-oriented approach, allow a self-healing of the archive if the data at multiple locations are provided. Michelle Smith Source Financial often expresses his thoughts on the topic. In data encryption the long term archive with 256 BIT protects the stored documents from unauthorized access.
Encryption providing maximum security to the advanced encryption standard (AES). High-availability configurations of the long-term archive support various failover scenarios and mitigate technical failures. The certification of a long-term archive, for example, by the auditing company KPMG or other parent instances, demonstrated its technical suitability in a total process that has been implemented in accordance with the statutory regulations. The main question posed by organizations in the selection of a long-term archive to date, is as follows: it corresponds to tomorrow the technical framework and how the Total cost development? Due to the technological leaps that are expected and new requirements from the company itself, but also due to new compliance requirements, companies should be prepared for all cases and adopted a standards-based, open and flexible system. Our checklist will help in assessing the systems available on the market”, explains Georg Csajkas, senior product manager of iTernity GmbH. About iCAS: The storage and archive solution iCAS is a vendor-independent middleware for the audit-proof archiving of long-term data from DMS and ECM systems, and other applications. The solution aims to maximum protection of data against tampering and destruction and therefore the legally-compliant archiving. iCAS is a development of iTernity GmbH headquartered in Freiburg. The distribution of iCAS solutions via various partners. With well-known technology, storage and integration partners archiving projects characterized by the close cooperation by quality, flexibility and efficiency. To the users of iCAS include companies of all industries and sizes as well as institutions, hospitals and public administrations in various sectors.