Some time back I got our stores buying Fujifilm boxes CD and DVD media as back then they seemed to have a good reputation for quality/longevity and they made media that came in jewel cases vs. buy a spindle and the cases separately (a concern if you're a business and you have a "stores" that aren't IT literate and don't want to be signing out individual CDRs and cases etc.).
Anyway they're out of stock and the supplier don't have Fuji's so I'm looking at what is available.
Seems TY are still pick of the bunch, but again they don't do retail media in cases here in the UK.
I see Kodak are back in the media business - do they still have the excellent reputation that they had a few years ago with their Ultima range?
Having seen the price gap drop between CD and DVD media I'm not even convinced that it makes sense to still buy CD media for data storage, even if the amount is small enough that it only needs a CD.
Usage is a mixture of archival and data to send out to customers where, in theory, once they've received it it's up to them what to do with it, and we would still hold the master copy.
Thanks in advance.