Don't know what "no-touch ramp load technology" is? Don't worry. There are only a few things that are really important when you're choosing a hard drive or NAS device and they're pretty easy to understand.
As people worldwide suddenly become anxious about security, network video surveillance has more advantages over analogue and digital video recorder systems.
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By using Web-based applications and storing your files online, you can work from anywhere, on any device, for next to nothing.
Through free and affordable cloud services, you can easily back up your data, sync your files across multiple computers and devices, and access your essential files anywhere.
An In-Stat survey of small to midsize firms shows that while they're adopting cloud services, they're still buying onsite NAS storage systems.
About a third to half of all data centers will be physically expanding or leasing new space in the next two years.
When the cloud goes down, where is your data? Here's how to balance the benefits of the cloud with the security of knowing your data is still at home on your machine.
Hackers have found a way to make Dropbox offer a BitTorrent-like file sharing service, but Dropbox management is not happy.