Solid state hybrid drives (SSHDs) are a brilliant way to keep your data safe. They build on the existing features of both hard disk drives and solid state drives. Whilst hard disk drives offered relatively low amounts of storage for a low cost and solid state drives offered high amounts of storage for a high cost, these hybrid drives give us the best of both worlds. With a solid state hybrid drive, you can store plenty of data at a more affordable price. (more…)
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Office ergonomics is a huge industry, and it can be difficult to know which products you should be investing in for optimum employee comfort and productivity. As with any industry, you could opt for the cheapest products which will cost less upfront, but are likely to have to be replaced regularly and may not the best quality. Then of course, there is the top end of the spectrum where you can get the very best of the best with all the necessary bells and whistles, as well as some unnecessary aesthetic features. (more…)
It is a fact of contemporary business life that technology plays a huge part in how companies plan their short to long term strategies. Because we live in a digital age, IT support systems will have a direct effect on the success of the businesses that they serve. But are the fundamentals of good backup any different from the core issues that helped companies 40 years ago? Just because we do business in a digital age, it doesn’t mean that the essence of support has changed in any way significantly. In most cases, if a company management team is asked what they look for in this sector, they would more than likely specify stability and reliability as the major factors that influence who they use. These are the same for any backup support, whether it is digital or analog. (more…)
There are now a number of ways you can effectively save money for either the long or short term. One way is through a time deposit investment. This is a fixed term savings account where as long as you leave the funds in place for the specified time, an enhanced interest rate is attached to the product. There are penalties for early withdrawal or not giving notice to withdraw during the term but there are a number of benefits to choosing this route. (more…)
When it comes to the protection of intellectual property, the terms copyright, trademark and patent are used; often they are confused with one another and it can lead to issues at a later date if a product or brand is copied.
It’s crucial to use an expert such as London IP if a business has any intellectual property queries as they must be resolved before any problems lead to legal headaches so here is an explanation of each term and where they would be relevant. (more…)
Often we are told that freezing a hard drive after data loss may help recover the files. This is an urban myth which is discussed at length in data recovery forums. Many users claim to have recovered all their data after freezing their hard drive. There are reasons why this may help in certain circumstances, but there are also reasons why this can be very dangerous. (more…)
Are you one of these people that simply plug and unplug USB drives at will taking the term ‘plug and play’ quite literally? Well most people are, but it may be a dangerous game. Don’t become a victim of data recovery services read why you should always eject your flash device. (more…)
Snowed under with emails, a phone that won’t stop ringing and a seemingly endless cycle of looming deadlines. Sound familiar? We all experience work-related stress at some point or another, but excessive amounts can interfere with productivity and have an adverse effect on our mental and physical wellbeing. Luckily, there are plenty of ways to take the pressure off at work – and office design is one of them. Let’s take a look at some of the ways in which the set-up of your work environment can help to stave off stress. (more…)
Recovering WordNet data for Libor interest rate rigging scandal…
Following many months burning the candle at both ends, Data Recovery Specialists have finally managed to reverse engineer files from the analogue voice recording system WordNet. This is important because these ‘legacy’ files are instrumental in forthcoming investigations into Libor interest rate rigging claims.
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