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CalDigit T4 Thunderbolt 3: more features, slightly faster

The T4 Thunderbolt 3 is CalDigit’s newest RAID storage solution. Except for the Thunderbolt 3 interface, the new T4 comes with a DisplayPort that allows you to connect to any monitor with a resolution of up to 4K@60Hz. 371 more words


Unique Way To Backup Your Photos On The Go

As photographers we are always looking to make sure that our most important (or our clients most important) photos are protected.

As I’ve been shooting weddings this summer the photos and video I’m capturing are arguably the most important images I can’t afford to lose. 504 more words


Tips on Zip, Split, Unzip

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Split and Join .zip files

You can Split and Join .zip files using three different approaches:

1. Search on google and download hjsplit.exe to split and join .zip files… 175 more words


raid, again, and backup

I bought two 3TB drives to replace my 1TB RAID. Easy enough, because with hardware RAID 1 the disks are identical: you can pull one drive out, plug it into a USB enclosure, and provided your computer is compatible with the way the drive is formatted — ext4 in my case — you will have two functioning disk backups to copy over to the new RAID (and eventually erase). 188 more words


ChalkTalk Video: HCI is Not Backup

Hyperconverged Infrastructure (HCI) vendors have gotten into a bad habit of claiming that once an organization implements the HCI solution, they no longer have to worry about backup. 136 more words


Couchdrop meets CloudShark

Couchdrop meets CloudShark

CloudShark is a web-based packet analyzer that provides you the ability to upload packet captures from anywhere for further analysis. We at Couchdrop would say it is a cloud-based packet capture analysis tool on steroids! 168 more words