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    SATA Hard Drives: Not Widely Known, Yet Widely Used

    So, there are three main types of hard drives when it comes to storage solutions: conventional spinning hard disk drives, nimble solid-state drives, and something called Serial Advanced Technology Attachment, or SATA for short. And since our blog is replete with content disclosing the features and differences between solid-state devices and good ol’ HDDs, this […]

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    SSD Failures

    SSD Failures: Common Causes And Main Symptom

    You don’t need to be well versed in the latest technological discoveries or have a thorough understanding of all the intricacies of your computer’s design — a superficial knowledge of each of the technologies will be enough to grasp why solid-state drives are increasingly bypassing traditional HDDs in popularity. Unlike conventional hard disk drives, which […]

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    How To Choose The Best NAS

    How to Choose the Ideal NAS System for Your Needs?

    When Benjamin Franklin said, “In this world, nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes,” he actually should’ve added hard drive crashes and running out of disk space. Luckily, while we’re stuck with death and taxes, there is a way to fix the storage problem. Networked storage has moved from enterprise to […]

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    QNAP - NAS Recovery

    6 Best QNAP NAS Options of 2020

    There are plenty of articles on the Internet telling about the main characteristics of certain storage systems. But what about those users who don’t follow the technical innovations, or, say, those who simply don’t have time to understand many of the specifications and find out how they will affect the performance or reliability of the […]

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    USBFlashLaptop

    How Does A Flash Drive Work? SalvageData’s Quick Technology Overview

    In spite of the relatively small storage capacities, they offer (up to 1TB maximum against 16TB that can be found in latest SSDs), somewhat low read-and-write speeds and, after all, continuously developing market of competitive storage devices, in 2020 flash drives remain an incredibly common way to store files. Which is no wonder: removable, rewritable, […]

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    SSD vs HDD

    How Hard Drives Still Compete With SSDs

    Long story short: according to the recent International Data Corporation’s research called “The Data Age 2025“, the global amount of stored digital information will reach 163 zettabytes by 2025. And even more mind-boggling than that is when you compare it to 2016, when that figure was only 16 zettabytes.   Of course, those zettabytes have […]

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