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What is DFS?

DFS stands for a distributed file system. It is a file system that allows multiple hosts sharing via a computer network to access files.

01 / 22 / 2013 Chris Connor

Using a router and an external hard drive instead of a NAS

NAS isn’t the only type of device that can achieve some of what it does.

01 / 03 / 2013 Mark Wilton

What is RAID?

RAID is used to protect against individual disk failure and to offer faster access to your data. It’s often implemented in dedicated file servers and network attached storage devices in large businesses.

01 / 03 / 2013 Steve Grant

Green Hard Drives: Pros and Cons

Green drives are often marketed as being quiet, cool and less power consumptive than their standard counterparts.

01 / 03 / 2013 Steve Grant

RAID: Pros and Cons

RAID stands for Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks and is a method of storage that helps protect against individual disk failure and offers faster access to your data.

12 / 29 / 2012 Thomas Ward

Windows Hard Drive Power Saving Features

Windows operating systems have built in features that try and help save power consumption on the hard drive. This article will look at Windows Vista and beyond since this is where the settings became more advanced and adjustable to individual needs.

12 / 28 / 2012 Dennis Dubois

Secure Destruction of a Hard Disk Drive

Just think for a moment about all the data that could be stored on your hard drive. Emails, financial accounts, bank information… imagine if it fell in to the wrong hands, the consequences could be disastrous. It might sound over the top, but it’s entirely plausible.

12 / 27 / 2012 Patrick Leroy

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