Businesses generate lots of data – some of which is stored on live servers, whether on-premises or in the cloud. But, in the end, almost all of it gets stored on a tape somewhere. These tapes were once used to backup data and restore it. Today, your backups go from disks in a data center, and your restores are all on-the-fly from secondary recycle bins, near-line database copies, or similar sources. But what about those tapes? This eBook discusses the modern difficulties of managing tapes and their archived information, as well as the value of transforming tape archives into a valuable asset.