ioSafe has been featured in hundreds of news stories in media such as The Wall Street Journal, Discovery Channel, INC, CNBC, BBC, New York Times, and Popular Mechanics. We've collected and curated the best of these stories for your reading pleasure. If you're a journalist or blogger who's written about ioSafe, our data protection and recovery products or solutions and your story is not included here, contact us.
If you’re reaching full capacity on your Mac, and reluctant to pay for more storage on iCloud, then an external hard drive is a worthwhile investment. Take a look at our roundup for the best options available.
University administrators can rest assured that their data is safe with proper disaster plans and products.
We recap our in-depth reviews of eight Network Attached Storage appliances. It's difficult to call out one that's best, because everyone has different needs. But we can recommend a machine for most small businesses, creative folks, and departments.
Meet the "airplane black box" for remote office, back office (ROBO) data protection. The ioSafe solution is designed to provide a fireproof, waterproof and impervious but simple solution to implement and use.
For Mac users, there’s no better way to expand storage capacity and share files across networks than NAS. But with so many NAS solutions available for home and business use, knowing what you’ll need can be tricky. Here’s how Mac users can make the most out of NAS, and a look at the top four NAS solutions currently available.
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.
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