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ioSafe reached out to us this morning to tell us about the program they're running through the end of the month. In short, if you've been impacted by the hurricanes, the company wants to send you a free SOLO G3 drive to protect you from data loss in the future. If you want a complete NAS device, they're working out discount details on their NAS and server lines. While none of this will repair what has already happened, it's a good way to prepare for the future.
We cover some of our favorite cloud storage options and go over the pros and cons of storing data in the cloud or locally.
Losing a computer used to be a nuisance. Now it’s a small tragedy. When a laptop or hard drive goes down, it takes hundreds if not thousands of photos, songs, and important documents with it. Those who are careful protect against this with an external hard drive or by backing up to the cloud. Those who are smart use the ioSafe Solo G3.
Many photographers and videographers often rely on using local storage within their computers to store media files. Once their computer drives fill up, they often end up purchasing external hard drives to offload some or all of the data, segregating the data and making it difficult for quick access and backup. Others choose dedicated storage arrays that handle all the data in a single location, albeit at a higher cost and sometimes questionable results. For a person who is not technology-savvy, choosing a proper storage solution can be a difficult task.
If you're in the market for a NAS, this is the place to start. We take a first look at six hot new NAS boxes and compare their capabilities. Whether you want to plug it into your TV or protect it against fire and flood, we have the NAS for you.
As more and more of our essential services move to the cloud, what remains on the small business LAN?
Need portable storage that can survive a wilderness trek...or just the worst commute ever? Here's what to look for, plus reviews of the best rugged drives we've tested.
Until now, says ioSafe, true zero-recovery-point server solutions have been available only to the biggest of companies. However, with the arrival of ioSafe's Server 5, SMEs have access to "the industry's first fire and waterproof server" designed to eliminate data loss and minimize downtime.
At CeBIT 2017 in Hannover, U.S. manufacturer ioSAFE celebrated the market launch of its fire- and water-resistant NAS systems in Germany, Austria and the Benelux countries.
My dad always said, “The best fight is one you don’t have.” In the same way, the best restore is one you never have to do. We all believe that, and we do our best to avoid every restore we can. We use RAID to protect us from failing disk drives. We use n+1 power supply configurations to keep our servers running even if one of them goes out. But if a fire or flood happens, we are out of luck. Can we do better?
You're in good company with ioSafe