We’ve known for a while that CDs and DVDs don’t store data indefinitely. But until recently, they were our only options for low-cost archiving. Now, a new company – MDisc – has created a modified version of a DVD that etches your data into stone, using off-the-shelf DVD burners. And, according to the company, they offer a shelf-life of hundreds of years! We spoke with Doug Hansen, CTO at Millenniata, the makers of MDisc, at the recent Storage Visions conference in Las Vegas to discover the secret behind their products.