0 Views ·Posted 03/19/2023
Are you tired of losing your data? In this video, Matt Zefi presents a simple and seamless solution for backing up your data using a variety of DAS.
What are your own tips for backing up your data? Do you agree with Zefi's techniques?
0:00 - Introduction
0:37 - Backing-Up Basics
1:13 - Image Backup of Your Computer
1:47 - Smaller Setups
2:19 - Medium- and Large-Sized Setups
4:53 - Software and Hardware RAID
6:35 - File Sync
7:02 - Mobile Drive
7:31 - Hard Drive Health
7:45 - Cloud Solutions
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Join us for a creative conversation with Drew Geraci, an award-winning photographer and cinematographer. Geraci discusses how technology has made an impact on his creative end-to-end process and shares some wisdom for creators.
0:00 - Introduction
1:15 - Geraci’s Background
5:40 - Know the Gear and Your Workflow
11:11 - Beginner Setup Recommendations
15:40 - There's Power in Knowing the Specs
17:37 - The Future of Higher Resolution
20:57 - Have Backups for Your Backups
23:08 - Geraci’s Past Projects
27:38 - How New Technology Allows You to Do
When Western Digital first announced the WD_Black SN770 SSD, our initial thought was that this might end up being one of the best midrange drives on the market. Promising fast transfer speeds, a solid range of storage options, and an aggressively low cost, the SN770 appeared to be the perfect blend of performance and price. But could the real-world results live up to the promise of its marketing? To find out, we installed the
The Lexar NM800, NM620, and the NS100 are some of the latest drives from Lexar designed specifically for those who want top-of-the-line performance. The NM800 and NM620 drives are NVMe SSDs in the M.2 form factor
Earlier this year, Crucial added a 4TB storage option to its popular X8-series of external SSDs. Like the other storage options in the X8 lineup, the 4TB model promises fast transfer times, a slim, sturdy design, and enough storage to hold a small library’s worth of data. To see whether it could live up to those lofty promises, we took the 4TB X8 External SSD home for a weeklong hands-on review.
When it comes to external
Optimized for PC and console gamers, as well as creatives, the Samsung 990 PRO SSD is designed for next-gen gaming and demanding productivity tasks, such as 3D rendering, 4K video editing, and more. The 990 PRO SSD features the PCIe 4.0 x4 NVMe 2.0 interface, as well as an 8nm controller. For fast performance, the 990 PRO delivers sequential read and write speeds of 7,450 MB/s and 6,900 MB/s, respectively. In addition, the 990 PRO SSD
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If you’ve been hesitant about making the move from an external hard drive to an external solid-state drive, I get it. Not only are hard drives less expensive, but many of them have a 5 Gb/s USB interface, which means you’ll find broad compatibility without having to worry about 10 Gb/s USB or 40 Gb/s Thunderbolt™ 3 connectivity.
However, all of that just changed. Enter the WD My Passport SSD USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C Portable SSD,
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Samsung 2TB T7 Portable SSD
Let’s start with
Samsung has just announced its latest computer data storage solution, the 870 QVO SATA III SSD. The 870 QVO is a second-generation quad-level cell (QLC) internal SSD that utilizes the latest SATA technology, large storage capacities, and best-in-class read/write speeds to deliver exceptional performance that's stable, swift, and secure.
BarraCuda, FireCuda, IronWolf, SkyHawk, and Exos. While at first glance these may appear to be mythical creatures of legend from some Lord of the Rings fan fiction, Seagate has used these terms to represent different types of its hard drives and solid-state drives. So, suppose you're in the process of building a computer, populating a RAID or NAS array, replacing a corrupted drive, or simply expanding/upgrading your system's current storage. How can you tell which type of Seagate drive is best suited for you? While it may not be immediately
by Staff Writer ·Posted 09/10/2019
LaCie’s new lineup of Rugged and Rugged PRO portable SSDs are designed for filmmakers, photographers, and media professionals who need to remain mobile while retaining large storage capacities, high performance specs, and a durable design.
Both of these SSDs employ Seagate FireCuda NVMe M.2 SSD media, can
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by Staff Writer ·Posted 08/20/2019
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