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Data Encryption

Best Ways to Encrypt Data

The best way to encrypt most data is to not encrypt it; meaning, of course, not all data need be encrypted—or should it? Some individuals and companies feel they need to encrypt everything. Sometimes this is warranted; sometimes it’s just overkill. However, it is still a very subjective question. What some would consider paranoia may often be inadequate protection against corporate thieves and hackers.

With so many different brands and models, which drives offer the best speed, reliability and price?

Top 5 External Hard Drives of 2012

Paranoia is often what drives us to buy an external hard drive. We need to “back up” our photos and other information in case our computers die. But sometimes we have to buy another hard drive to back up the first hard drive. In our haste, we had bought the wrong brand. e have reached the end of another year. It is time to compile the best external hard drive brands of the year.

Hard Drive Internals

The Biggest Hard Drive in Existence

You could say that the biggest hard drive in existence doesn't exist yet. But the theory and capability to make the largest hard drive does exist. Unless you're talking about size, not capacity. We left the biggest hard drive behind decades ago.So what is the "biggest" hard drive for capacity? Currently the largest hard drive you can buy is 4TB but it may be within a decade that our children will say, "4 terabytes? That's so small!"

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Tips for Protecting Data on a Mac OS X Laptop

Mac laptops are popular for a good reason; they are light, efficient computers for both professional and casual users. Trendsetting models like the Macbook Air and the powerful MacBook Pro are excellent systems, but they are as susceptible to data loss as any other high-end laptop. To keep your data safe, you need to regularly monitor system health and carry out some routine maintenance.

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Hurricane Sandy May Cost East Coast Businesses Millions in Lost Data

Insurance giant AIG recently estimated that claims related to Hurricane Sandy will result in payouts of over $1.3 billion, and other insurance companies have reported similarly massive costs. However, these estimates take only the material costs of natural disasters. Many business insurance policies do not offer coverage for lost data, and as a result, East Coast businesses will suffer millions or even billions of dollars in lost revenue in the storm's wake.

hard drive in the snow

4 Tips for Keeping Your Hard Drives Safe in the Winter

In order to keep your hard drives safe, you need to make sure to operate them in an appropriate, temperature-controlled environment. This can be difficult during the winter, particularly if you run a large number of computers in a commercial facility, basement or other area where temperatures vary with the seasons.

Safe Secure Data Recovery

Ways to Back Up Your Data Safely

While we try to make the data recovery process easy, we understand that most of our clients would prefer to avoid data loss entirely. The only way to keep yourself completely safe is to back up your important files regularly, and to do this, you need to choose an effective data backup method. Here's a look at some of the most popular options and their advantages and disadvantages.

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