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Imation

Imation (NYSE: IMN) is a global scalable storage and data security company. Our portfolio includes tiered storage and security offerings for business and products designed to manage audio and video information in the home. Imation reaches customers in more than 100 countries through a powerful global distribution network and well recognized brands.

Our Website: http://www.imation.com


Latest Content From Imation

Whitepaper: A Scalable Approach To SMB Data Protection

by ImationMar 21, 2012

Without sufficient IT staff or the benefit of capable, cost-effective storage technologies, SMBs typically find backing up and recovering data to be a significant challenge. But now that data has become an indispensable asset to your business, you can't afford to ignore it. Learn why an Imation RDX solution is the perfect scalable solution for SMBs with limited resources.


Whitepaper: The Logic and Value of a Tiered Archive

by ImationMar 21, 2012

A tiered archive allows dynamic control over how your data is accessed-ensuring the right data is available in the right place at the right time. Learn how a tiered storage solution can help your business realize excellent reliability, protection and compliance in the face of extreme data growth.


Whitepaper: Environmental Benefits Of Earthwise Remanufactured Toner Cartridges

by ImationApr 29, 2009

This paper provides a look at the market of remanufactured toner cartridges and what environmental benefits are really achieved by using them. It is estimated that 300 million plastic toner cartridges are placed in landfills each year. At about 3 pounds per cartridge, this can equate to more than 450,000 tons of land filled plastic, steel, alumninum, rubber, foam, and other components. It is critical to review reuse and recycle opportunities. This paper explains what a recycled cartridge


Whitepaper: Used Magnetic Media Data Erasure & Data Security

by ImationOct 29, 2008

With increasing budgetary pressures, data center managers may be tempted to recoup some of their tape investment by reselling magnetic tape cartridges which are no longer needed. The methods tape resellers use in attempts to remove the original owner's data vary widely, and are largely unsuccessful. New data erasing devices are being touted as having the ability to eliminate original customer data while leaving the servo guiding signals of higher capacity cartridges intact. Imation's laboratory