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Data loss affects thousands of computer users every year, causing millions of dollars in damages. This part of our blog contains recent news regarding data loss, data recovery, digital storage technology and other related subjects.

Digital Storage: A History

Digital Storage: A History

The history of computer storage systems is a long and winding road of emerging technologies and expanding capacities. From the first paper punched cards to the ephemeral cloud solutions of today, we follow the ever-changing digital solutions for the growing needs of our personal computers.

Stay Safe Online

How to Stay Safe on Social Networking Sites

Social media has become a wonderful place to reconnect with friends and family and to stay connected with those closest to you. Unfortunately, the same can be said for the people who look to take advantage of you, like hackers and criminals. So, before you log back into your social media accounts, take a look at these simple steps to help protect your online identity.

The Extreme PRO SSD

SanDisk announces new performance SSD line

A leading flash storage manufacturer, SanDisk, has unveiled the company’s fastest and most reliable SSD product, the SanDisk Extreme PRO. Using proprietary nCache technology and a 10-year warranty, the company is looking to entice PC consumers looking for fast read/write speeds and reliability. The new drives are expected to be available later this month.

Windows OS Upgrade

Windows 8.1: Use latest version or expect to receive no new patches

Microsoft will stop providing security patches for its Windows 8.1 operating system this coming June for systems who have not upgraded to the latest 8.1 patch. The deadline for users to upgrade was to be this May, but has since been pushed back to June following the slow adoption of the most recent upgrade. Older versions of the Windows OS will not be affected by this deadline, so owners of Windows Vista, 7, and 8 should rest easy for now.

Wifi

FCC opens up available Wi-Fi spectrum

In a move designed to alleviate some of the coming Wi-Fi spectrum crunch, the FCC has recently announced an expansion of the wireless spectrum. According to the press release, 100MHz in the congested 5GHz band of the wireless spectrum has been negotiated for unlicensed use. The change is meant to help public Wi-Fi access in congested areas like convention centers, airports, and neighborhoods.

St. Patrick´s Day March 17

Tech Tools to Celebrate St Patrick’s Day!

As an Internet security professional, I am always looking for ways to include tech tools into what I do. I found that incorporating some tech gifts into the St. Patrick’s Day theme not only got people’s attention, but also it was a great way to open up a conversation. What does your holiday tech tools say about you?

Google Glass

Google releases Do’s and Don’ts list for their Google Glass Explorers

Google has recently released a Do's and Don'ts list for users of its new Google Glass wearable smart device. The list is intended to combat the growing perception that users of the device regularly violate unsuspecting people's privacy by unauthorized picture and video recording. Many of the list's suggestions are a common sense rehashing of etiquette already in use by smart device and cellphone users.

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