The Register: Tears of a cloud - Don't be let down by backup and disaster recovery March 2015
For many, the advent of cloud storage was a blessing. Cherished pictures and videos, contact lists, documents and more could be automatically put online and saved (theoretically) forever. Enterprises took notice as well and now, cloud backups are fairly standard practice. However, business and individuals have one significant difference: the amount of data they have to back up. For an individual user, backing up their archive of photos takes no more than a few minutes. For a business, this process can take days or even weeks to establish redundancy - and you can add more days to pull that back down.
InfoWorld: Technology of the Year 2015 - The best hardware and software of the year January 2015
InfoWorld name the ioSafe 214 a 2015 Technology of the Year Award winner. InfoWorld's 2015 Technology of the Year awards showcase the best tools and technologies for developers, IT professionals, and businesses.
Creative Planet Network: Cinematographer Takes ioSafe Rugged Portable to Extremes January 2015
In the middle of nowhere, I need my images and footage to live safely on an indestructible set of hard drives. There are no do-overs on these projects and space is always at a premium when traveling into remote places. The only external hard drives we travel with are ioSafe drives.
Inc.: 32 Incredibly Useful Business Gadgets for 2015 January 2015
Budget is a four-letter word at most small companies, but keeping one is a necessary evil. As you plan your spending for 2015, you might keep track of these upcoming business gadgets (a few of them are already shipping). They can give you that razor-sharp competitive edge.
Honolulu Star-Advertiser: Security programs are key to keep your data protected January 2015
Keeping your data safe should always be a New Year's resolution. A recent front-page story in Consumer Reports bluntly stated "Your Secrets Aren't Safe." They have a point. Data thieves are after you - and protecting your computer, mobile devices and cloud-stored info is a necessity.
Wahl Network: Combining ioSafe and Synology DSM 5.1 for Versioned Network Backups November 2014
Now that I've covered how to backup a Synology NAS to Amazon Glacier in this post, I thought it would be appropriate to go through the process for network backups. Fortunately, a large capacity ioSafe 1513+ review unit has landed in my lap thanks to the friendly folks over at ioSafe, which lets me experiment with realistic use cases for network backups.
News10 Sacramento: Auburn company creates disaster proof hard drives to protect memories June 2014
You never want to think about a fire, flood or any other type of disaster hitting your home, but it can happen. Auburn company ioSafe wants to make sure you don't lose your memories along with your home.
iLounge: ioSafe 3TB Solo G3 Fireproof/Waterproof Hard Drive June 2014
One of the problems with any on-site backup device is that it's endangered by the same threats as the connected computer. If there's a fire, flood, or theft, you could lose the data anyways. ioSafe is presenting an alternative-something that will stand up to all those possible dangers.
Streaming Media Producer: Reality Check - What Does a 4K Production Workflow Require? June 2014
The time for idle speculation about 4K production has passed. 4K is here, and it's arrived in mainstream cameras at various price points with some surprisingly modest data rates. Do you need all-new, cutting-edge hardware to handle it? Probably not. Delve deeper into the specifics of your production chain, and do a little math to find out what your needs really are, and what you find might surprise you.