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Proper Upkeep Series – Part 1 Malware and Virus Protection

On November 9th, 2012, posted in: Blog Post by 0 Comment

It wasn’t long ago that I was still booting up my Dell PC that I had bought during my freshman year of college. That computer was easily 8 years old. Although I wasn’t running anything intensive, it was alive and perfectly functional.  Over the last three years, I have gone through 2 desktops and 3..

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How an Automated Disc Publishing System can help you deliver your content

On April 1st, 2012, posted in: Blog Post by 0 Comment

A prime consideration with businesses is looking for ways to reduce costs while increasing efficiencies. One often overlooked way to see a great return on investment is to buy into any of a number of automated disc publishing systems.  Small businesses to large corporations can produce their own professional grade optical discs with these easy..

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The Growing Trend of Robotic DVD Duplicators | Do They Reduce Your Labor Costs?

On March 3rd, 2012, posted in: Blog Post by 0 Comment

Do you need to publish or replicate data on a disc, but dread the time, effort, and cost that operating a manually operated disc publishing system will inevitably require? In order to duplicate content, these manually operated pieces of equipment need constant supervision, quality assurance, and manual loading by a human operator, whose salary for..

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Faith Based disc publishing

On January 6th, 2012, posted in: Blog Post by 0 Comment

Churches and large faith based organizations have embraced digital technology for years as a fast and cost effective means of distributing their rich library of content for their worshippers on a daily and weekly basis. These organizations are creating professional quality CDs & DVDs for recordings of sermons, lectures and guest presentations. Music content from..

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Year End Tax Strategy – Buying New Automated Disc Publishing Equipment

On December 22nd, 2011, posted in: Blog Post by 0 Comment

New Equipment Some small businesses can write off the full cost of some assets (automated disc publishing equipment) in the year they buy them, rather than capitalizing them — deducting their cost over a number of years.  (See Nolo’s article Current vs. Capital Expenses for information on expenses that must be capitalized.) Section 179 of the..

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Solid State Drive vs Hard Disk Drive

On December 16th, 2011, posted in: Blog Post by 0 Comment

Traditional Hard Disk Drive Solid state drives (SSD) are data storage devices that are used to store persistent data. In terms of function SSD’s serve the same purpose as your typical hard disk drive (HDD) but are much faster. The difference between solid state drives and hard disk drives is that hard disk drives are..

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