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Video Game Storage Media

Storage Media Needs Evolve with New Gaming Systems

The shelter-in-place orders due to the COVID-19 pandemic have brought out the gamers everywhere and perhaps turned some people into video game lovers. People are anxiously awaiting the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X releases later this year, but one

File Recovery Software

What is File Recovery Software and Do I Need It?

Tech users everywhere have experienced that moment of panic when they realize that they have just deleted files from their computer that they desperately needed. Sometimes only a few important files are deleted, while other times it may be an

2020 Trends in Data Recovery

Top Data Recovery Trends Happening in 2020

The year 2020 has not unfolded the way anyone would have expected, but some changes in the tech world that have been positives for businesses with data backup and recovery needs. With many corporate entities operating with a majority remote

Data Storage and Logical Operation in Digital Memory

Researchers Combine Data Storage and Logical Operations in Digital Memory

Technology is constantly changing with experts working on improving the devices we use on a daily basis. This most recent innovation allows logical operations on a device to take place in the same area where data is stored long-term. This

Small Business Disaster Recovery Plan

Why Small Businesses Need a Disaster Recovery Plan

Losing data as an individual technology user is bad, but losing precious data as a small business is worse. They not only lose customer contact information and numbers relating to sales, but they have to find a way to recover

Data Recovery Cost

What Is the Cost of Data Recovery?

When a mobile phone falls into water, a hard drive starts making clicking noises, or a RAID array experiences a power surge, people turn to a data recovery company. As the process for starting a recovery case begins, people ask

RAID Failure Dos and Don'ts

The Dos and Don’ts When Dealing with a RAID Failure

Your redundant array of independent disks (RAID) system holds all your data and when it fails, there are a variety of actions you may take to attempt to save your files. A RAID is a complex system and the wrong

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