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Safeguard Electronic Data Before and After Winter Storms

When severe weather threatens your home, school, or business this winter, don’t be caught unprepared. As rain clouds gather, the resulting storms, floods, power outages, and other damaging impacts of bad weather pose a very real threat to any unprotected data storage device. When storms generate massive power outages and…

Is RAID 0 Right for you?

What do you do if you need very fast data processing and don’t want to spend a lot of money? Well, RAID 0 may be the perfect solution. RAID stands for Redundant Arrays of Independent Disks and comes in several configurations, each with unique benefits. In this article, we’re going…

Protecting the Data on Your Water-Damaged Device

Ever spilled water on your laptop? Dropped your phone in the tub? Or even just got caught in a heavy downpour? Water and other liquids are one of the leading causes of device damage because electronics and liquid just don’t mix! No matter how careful you are, accidents that result…

Pros and Cons of Solid State Drives (SSD’s)

Since their inception in the 1990s, solid-state drives (SSDs) have emerged as one of the 21st century’s top digital storage solutions. These drives are now vying with the older and more established hard disk drive (HDD) for market dominance and consumer preference. HDDs and SSDs are similar because both are…

Everything You Need to Know About SATA Hard Drives

HDD, SSD, RAID, ATA… the list feels endless. There’s no shortage of acronyms in the tech world. While abbreviating these technological concepts and devices saves time, feeling confused by the barrage of alphabet soup is natural. Today’s tech acronym is SATA, which stands for serial advanced technology attachment (SATA). This…

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