Tape Eases Data Center Budget Challenges
InStock Helps Businesses Secure Data With Environment In Mind
CHANDLER, Ariz. – December 6, 2008 –
In today’s more cost-conscious business atmosphere, expenditures in every department are under the microscope and the data center is no exception. One of the larger ongoing expenses in any data center is the energy used to maintain the proper temperature for the equipment. In archiving data and many backup applications, the greenest choice by far in energy consumption is tape. Steve Cline, President and CEO of InStock notes, “We recognized a few years ago that buying into the latest and greatest for data storage wasn’t always the best overall option for our customers. We wanted to offer them affordable, energy efficient data storage solutions that will archive their data in an unalterable state – and we found those in tape.”
InStock, Inc. Launches New Website
Customer-Focused Web Resource for Tape Storage Now Available
CHANDLER, Ariz. – October 27, 2008 – InStock, Inc. is proud to announce the redesign of the InStock, Inc. web site, located at www.instockinc.com. The customer-focused redesign is aimed at providing an interactive, easy-to-navigate resource for VAR’s (value added resellers), equipment brokers, IT maintenance companies, and individual IT departments. InStock, Inc. specializes in being an environmentally conscious solution provider by offering new, used and refurbished backup tape storage equipment from leading manufacturers such as: ADIC, ATL, Dell, Hewlett Packard, IBM, Overland Storage, Quantum, StorageTek, and Sun. “We make it possible for companies to upgrade, expand and repair their data centers while still remaining environmentally conscious. Our clients are able to enjoy equivalent performance and significant savings when they employ technician tested and recertified tape storage equipment rather than purchasing new,” said Steve Cline President and CEO of InStock, Inc.
“What’s On Tape?” – The InStock Blog