Running Out of Data Storage? Not With These 4 Ideas!

August 15, 2016

Each day, the world creates 2.5 quintillion bytes of data. Could we run out of data storage? Theoretically, the world’s storage capacity is unlimited. Companies can simply add more server capacity or rent more cloud storage. But keeping track of data and the hardware that holds it can be a tough job.

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Backup Your Data

July 28, 2010

The average life span of a hard drive is five years. There are simple maintenance steps you can take to extend the life of your hard-drive.The important thing is that you should always backup, backup, backup. Backing up your data means that you will never have to worry about losing it.

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Seagate to Begin Selling 3TB Hard Drive Later This Year

June 1, 2010

Hard drive corporation Seagate has announced that it will be selling a 3TB, 3.5-in Constellation ES hard disk drive this year.

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Data Storage Management, the New Enemy

May 26, 2010

Many of you know about data storage, but perhaps not too many of you know about actual data storage management. It may sound simple- but it can be mokre complicated than it sounds and also exists on a greater scale than just your personal computer. The growth of digital data has been one area that has been thriving, and even growing at an unbelievable pace through the recession we unfortunately had. A recent study by IDC Digital Universe says there is over 1 zettabyte of data in the world right now. 1 zettabyte!

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