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    • 1.

      Time to Abandon the "Point-in-Time" Backups


      by Stuart Crawford - 2006-12-31
      In today's world, data and electronic communications are critical to small business success. If your data was to disappear, what would that do to your business? What would a series of data losses co...
    • 2.

      Installing Computer Components without the Disk


      by Ferrel Kenda - 2007-01-19
      Have you ever found a used computer component then attempted to install it on your computer only to find that you need the accompanying software CD? Did you get a great deal on a slightly used printe...
    • 3.

      Optical Jukeboxes: An Affordable Backup Plan For Your Business?


      by Christine Harrell - 2007-02-01
      When evaluating storage options for large numbers of media files (images, videos or audio clips), optical drives and optical jukeboxes may be your best option. For example, a large medical facility n...
    • 4.

      Optical Drives: The Pros And Cons Of Optical Disk Storage


      by Christine Harrell - 2007-02-03
      Optical drives and optical juke boxes are the newest type of data storage solution, utilizing CDs and CDR's to store informational data. Many believe that optical drives and optical jukeboxes will be...
    • 5.

      The Linux Buffer pski.com


      by Azerivista.com Miller - 2007-01-31
      When you write data, it doesn't necessarily get written to disk right then. The kernel maintains caches of many things, and disk data is something where a lot of work is done to keep everything fas...
    • 6.

      Basic High Availability - An Introduction To RAID


      by Brian Stoffer - 2007-03-18
      RAID stands for Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks (other definitions may vary). In practice it is two or more hard disk drives configured for use by a single computer system. The configuration vari...
    • 7.

      Lumbar Spine Traction Is A Wonderful Thing


      by Carolyn McFann - 2007-03-27
      After weeks of trying painkillers alone, I finally went to sports rehab for help with her agonizingly painful lumbar spine problem. To my surprise, physical therapy was a relief to my back pain, and I...
    • 8.

      The Importance Of Data Recovery Services In An Increasingly Data-reliant World


      by James Walsh - 2007-03-31
      In so far as the 21st century is concerned, the transfer of attributes between computers and humans has been mutual. In the UK, it is not only the people who are susceptible to the consequences of a h...
    • 9.

      How To Recover Lost or Deleted Data Files: Data Recovery Software Information


      by Maria Markella - 2007-04-05
      Have you heard of data/file recovery? The definition of the term Data Recovery is "..Making previously lost or damaged data available again.." A data recovery software or method can help us recover...
    • 10.

      A Quick History of the Floppy Disk


      by Aaron Walker - 2007-04-15
      Even though there is a lot to be said about floppy drives, these forms of data storage are mostly mentioned in a historical capacity. While you can do a data backup to a floppy disk (assuming your co...