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This article will help you crack open all the terminology and hopefully become more au fait with SD cards.
12 / 20 / 2012 Patrick Leroy
Since Apple produce the computers on which their operating system runs, they can choose to run the Thunderbolt interface – and some Windows computers are now implementing it too. But which is better?
12 / 19 / 2012 Dennis Dubois
A business should be aware of what they need the storage server for and get one that satisfies their needs efficiently.
12 / 15 / 2012 Thomas Ward
NTFS is the more modern file system and the one that you’ll probably find yourself using the majority of the time (even if you don’t realise it). However, there are occasions when it may be necessary to use FAT32. But what are the differences between these two file systems?
12 / 14 / 2012 Mark Wilton
With the prices of NAS devices coming down and the costs of data loss rising, integrating a NAS onsite (and perhaps offsite) is a strategic safeguard for your business.
12 / 14 / 2012 Patrick Leroy
Tape drives are a form of data storage that uses magnetic tape. They are usually used for offline storage, like when archiving. It is known for stability and cost effectiveness.
12 / 13 / 2012 Dennis Dubois
It can be quite confusing when buying to understand exactly what all the technical specifications mean.
12 / 10 / 2012 Thomas Ward