StorageQuest Powers Organizations to Achieve Compliance and Cost Goals for Data Storage

Organizations which have committed to or are currently considering a compliance solution, should consider that contrary to the compliance claims by certain storage manufacturers in the market place, StorageQuest affirms complete compliance. With well over two thousand installations in the U.S. at Law Enforcement agencies, and other private and government agencies, StorageQuest believes that their compliance claim has been validated many times. Because some compliance solutions are hard drive-based, organizations could be mistakenly placing themselves at great risk. SOX states: That it is a crime for “any person to corruptly alter, destroy, mutilate, or conceal any document with the intent to impair the object’s integrity or availability for use in an official proceeding or to otherwise obstruct, influence or impede any official proceeding…” But what may not be as well known is that even honest mistakes can get organizations into some serious liability troubles. Adding to that, many vendors want to lock organizations in with proprietary data formats which conflict with the portability rules.
Therefore, organizations must choose an Archival System that meets with these requirements and seamlessly and non-disruptively scale in terms of terabytes (and possibly, petabytes) depending on the size of the enterprise, and the number and nature of its transactions. Network attached optical storage is ideally suited to meet all the portability and transparency requirements for archival storage established under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act.
StorageQuest’s archival solutions not only protect organizations from non-compliance hazards, but their solution has one of the lowest costs of ownerships combined with very low initial startup costs.
Don’t just make decisions because it happens to currently be the way it’s done. Change does mean cost savings.
For more useful information, see and