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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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Network image data transfers causing a bottleneck?

On October 19th, 2012, posted in: Blog Post by 0 Comment

Do you tend to create discs with the same content frequently? Are these images (ISO, DVD, BD, etc.) stored on a network drive? If so, you might notice that transferring these larger images from your network drive to your automated disc duplicator or disc publisher’s local drive can become a time consuming process especially for..

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Why use a Blu-ray duplicator to deliver your HD video?

On May 31st, 2012, posted in: Blog Post by 0 Comment

Blu-ray discs have given new life to the realm of optical storage, offering unmatched video quality and a new range of potential features that helped the format become a favorite of major studios and carve out a following among consumers. However, the technology is considerably less friendly to smaller studios, with its high manufacturing costs..

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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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