Archiving is the solution to store and manage data in today’s business environment. Our professional storage will help you understand and evaluate your storage needs, implement best business practices for data storage and retention in the legal and regulatory landscape shifts.
More specifically relating to data archiving and access:
1. Insert: new or additional data stores into a pile of old data.
2. Up-Date: change the old data with new data or additional to this can be as or in whole.
3. Reorganization: realignment of record files (for the amount of data places)
Basic terms are used:
Data Element: One of the singular values with one instruction name and description
characteristics such as type (char, number, code) and length of characters or digits.
Data items: – Reference name and set of characteristics of the data elements describe attributes.
-Place of deposit of each attribute of an entity.
Example: data items’ identification of students “can be characterized by
4-digit number with a value between 1000-1000.
Entity: A collection of objects is limited / defined the characteristics
same and can be distinguished from the other. Obyak can be goods, eg cars entity,
Students, A passing, employees and others.
Attribute: Description of data that can identify the entity.
The entire attribute must be sufficient to declare the identity of the objects or attributes of each entity can identify the uniqueness of a individual. Example: Car entity consists of attributes No Police, No Registration, color, type of car, year, and fuel and so on.
Field: – storage location for one data element.
Example: storage space for student identification number.
-A element that have attribute and price and is a unit
smallest information that can be accessed.
Record (physical): Location of storage made from a series of field containing
element-element data describing multiple entities.
File: A set of records from a single type that contains the element-element data
describe the entity set.
Data Access: One way in which a program is accessing physical records
in the file storage.
An archiving media must meet the requirements of the regulations, namely:
* SEC 17a-4
* Regulation and NASD 3520 3510
Our store data solutions secure and reliable, non-rewriteable, non-deleted media, meet regulatory requirements for data retention as determined by the rules and regulations mentioned above.
Here are some of the optical storage products, namely:
* Ultra Density Optical (UDO) is the latest generation of 5 ‘¼ optical media and provides the capacity of 60GB per platter with a roadmap to 120GB in 2009 and then to 240GB in 2012.
* Blu-ray DICS (BD) is the next generation of optical disc format for high-definition video delivery to the consumer electronics market and for the delivery of high-density data storage for the commercial market.
* Digital Versatile DICS (DVD) is consumer electronics to deliver audio and video content through home entertainment system.
* Magneto-Optical (MO) is produced by Sony’s optical, provides a 9.1GB per platter in the same 5 ¼-inch form factor as the Ultra Density Optical.
Then there is an email archiving is the process by which the E-Mail messages and related attachments be copied and / or moved to “archive server” for the purpose of managing the storage space requirements resulting from large volumes of e-mail and its attachments, for the purpose of maintaining e-mail messages as required by a number of government agencies and regulations, or in many cases. To meet the stringent storage requirements, many organizations are implementing UDO Optical Library to serve as a repository, a secure, reliable, storage cannot be changed or removed in any way, either intentionally or accidentally. As with traditional paper-based documents, e-mails are now required to be available to review the entire retention period as defined by the regulatory body.
Partial list of regulatory agencies that mandate e-mail archiving include:
* Banking – FDIC and OCC
* Securities brokers and dealers – SEC Rule 17a-4
* A publicly owned company – Sarbanes-Oxley Act
* Health – HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act)
* Pharmaceuticals – FDA (Food and Drug Administration)
* Defense companies – DoD (Department of Defense)
* Nuclear Power Plants – NRC (Nuclear Regulatory Commission)
Contact us today to discuss how our optical storage products and professional services can help you meet regulatory requirements for data storage and retention.