06 December 2018 by Michael Nuncic

The tape continues to be one of the most reliable forms of long-term storage for data. But it does not come without its disadvantages.

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29 November 2018 by Mikey Anderson

It's the next issue of our 5 songs series. In this episode, we investigate the wonderful world of flash data storage, specifically Solid State Drives (SSD).

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27 November 2018 by Michael Nuncic

The tape has been used as both a means for backing up data and archiving data over the years. In this blog we explore which it is actually better at.

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15 November 2018 by Michael Nuncic

The use of cooling systems is prominent in many aspects of our day to day lives, we’re just not really aware of it! In this blog, we look into how our everyday devices are kept cool.

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08 November 2018 by Michael Nuncic

In the third part of our blog series in partnership with Kingston, the term Over-Provisioning is explained and how it benefits the SSD.

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01 November 2018 by Michael Nuncic

The future of nanotechnology has been discussed for a number of years now, both in the press and in the tech industry. But, what actually is nanotechnology? And how could it affect data storage in the future?

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24 October 2018 by Michael Nuncic

The use of tape for long-term archiving is one of the most reliable. But, some companies face the prospect of not being able to access their tape-stored data due to them having removed their tape reading hardware.

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16 October 2018 by Der Datenrettung Blog

There have been claims that the new Windows 10 update has deleted users files. Read some of the recent reports from users and what to do if you have lost your data.

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10 October 2018 by Michael Nuncic

In this Kingston guest blog, the differences between Enterprise SSDs and Consumer SSDs in endurance are discussed.

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03 October 2018 by Michael Nuncic

To help you decide on your next purchase of spare storage or additional storage for a corporate data centre, this study looks at the three key features that distinguish an enterprise-class SSD from a client-class SSD: Performance, reliability, and endurance.

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26 September 2018 by Tilly Holland

If you’re a smartphone user, downloading apps to your phone is part and parcel of owning one. But, if you’re an Android user there could be risks associated with downloading certain apps, so how do you ensure you keep your phone safe?

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19 September 2018 by Michael Nuncic

With the launch of the new iOS12 coming in the next few weeks, we look at its new features and what it might mean for data recovery.

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14 September 2018 by Michael Nuncic

This latest series of blog posts see Ontrack collaborate with Kingston technology to discuss the use of SSDs in information technology.

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12 September 2018 by Michael Nuncic

With the final launch of the new Apple operating system, MacOS Mojave around the corner, we look into the new features and how it may affect data recovery.

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07 September 2018 by Tilly Holland

If you are an iOS user, there is a high possibility that you may one day disable your device. If that happens do you know whether you will be able to access the data you have stored on it?

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05 September 2018 by Tilly Holland

The release of the new Macbook Pro has raised questions regarding its embedded SSD and RAM. What benefits and challenges does this pose for the user and what do you do if you want to upgrade the storage capacity of your Macbook?

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29 August 2018 by Mikey Anderson

Learn about the best 5 songs for managing the seemingly timeless method that companies are relying on to store archive data in the cheapest way possible: tapes!

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17 August 2018 by Michael Nuncic

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16 August 2018 by Tilly Holland

With so many options available to ensure you get your email when and where you want it; is using a Webmail or an Email Client the best way to go?

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15 August 2018 by Michael Nuncic

With data becoming more important than ever for both individuals and corporations, ensuring that a strong back-up is in place is essential. But, are backups always as fail proof as we think?

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