For this usage I recommend without hesitation to use DVD-RAM !
goden99 wrote: . . .
Its mostly going to be used in a buisness for backing up all their data once a week.
Read for example this articles:
" Study says DVD-RAM provides safest bet for data storage "
" Think twice before you write once "
Burners on the market that can burn DVD-RAM are for example:
This last one can even burn DVD-RAM in a protective cartridge
( so no fingers, dust or scratches on it)
See also what they say in this recent review of the LG 4167B:
http://www.cdrinfo.com/Sections/Reviews ... &PageId=20
DVD-RAM media is the most appropriate media for large file storage and recovery, since it combines an error correction system
and BCM (Bismuth Coupling Material) recording layer technology, which improves signal to noise ratio for higher reliability during high-speed recording.
As Maxell stated: "DVD-RAM is an advanced recording media format that offers a range of digital data applications. Its phase-change recording material allows discs to be re-recordable and erasable, and a superior defect management system
ensures accurate recording and playback. DVD-RAM allows instant, random access to any location on the disc for fast and easy data reading and writing. Because DVD-RAM supports fast formatting and no finalizing, it is an extremely easy-to-use media. And with DVD-RAM, changes can be made directly on the disc without the need to transfer data to a hard drive first, speeding up the editing tasks..." »