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Self-Destructing SSDs Will Nuke Themselves If You Text Them a Code Word

This GSM equipped SSD is the answer to truly keeping your private data safe and secure.

As soon as you realize a laptop or other hardware with the SecureDrives SSD installed has gone missing, all you need to do is send a pre-defined text message to its unique cellular number and the drive will be immediately destroyed. 29 more words


Why users hate VDI – and why that’s a problem

VDI makes sense, at least from IT’s perspective. It can provide some cost savings in hardware and software, can improve operational efficiency and deliver better control over the company’s data. 549 more words


When is a Baha System right for me?

We often get the question “When would a bone conduction hearing system be right for me?”.

There is of course not one answer, but the most common reason is that a Baha solution will be beneficial to you when hearing aids in or behind the ear… 407 more words

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How to Clone a Hard Drive/SSD

Originally posted by Chris Zele at Maximumpc

3 free and easy tools to transfer your data from one drive to another

You just bought a brand new shiny SSD and want to throw it into your aging mid-tower PC. 896 more words

PernixData FVP homelab experience

This post is dedicated to FVP, a storage acceleration solution by PernixData. I will briefly introduce their company and solution to give you an idea of what it does. 3,463 more words


Azure and SSDs

I got this email (click it):

So I’ve created a 200GB SSD VM, 7GB RAM. See how that goes.

Actually, I’ve just noticed that the

China market: SSD prices drop sharply, say memory module makers

SSD (solid-state drive) prices in the China market have drastically fallen, with prices for a 128GB model dropping to US$50-55 and those for a 256GB model to below US$100, according to Taiwan-based memory module makers. 54 more words