Storage is where your working data and files reside. Here are some options.
SASC DBSC - in-house SAS Computing-managed Data Backup Service Center provides local disk space and redundancy for ongoing research and lab projects for a fee. Please contact your LSP or email for more information,
Physical - personal external drive
Backup provides redundancy, in case you lose something (disaster recovery) or need to revert to an older version.
SASC DBSC - Our in-house SAS Computing-managed Data Backup Service Center provides local disk space with redundancy for ongoing research and lab projects for a fee ($500/TB/year). Please contact your LSP or email for more information.
Secure Remote Backup (SRB) - http://www.upenn.edu/computing/isc/lts/srb/index.html - powered by CrashPlan Pro ($18/machine/year plus $.50 per GB monthly).
Amazon Glacier - https://aws.amazon.com/glacier/ (inexpensive, "as little as $.007 per gigabyte per month," but pricey for downloads — disaster recovery) for the not-so-secure.
When you are done, and want to share or place your results in stasis.
Physical - Use a personal disk (external disk/optical/tape). There are a variety of options for personal archiving to external USB drives, DVD, etc. Operating systems include scheduled backup capability: Mac/Time Machine, PC/Windows Backup
Physical - Archive using removable media (optical/tape) - iron mountain http://www.ironmountain.com/
Amazon Glacier - https://aws.amazon.com/glacier/
You may also want to check out our information on Big Data.
For more information or to talk about your specific needs, please contact your Local Support Providers.