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  • HEARTLAB EXPANDS STORAGE BACKUP OPTIONS FOR CARDIOLOGY IMAGES AND INFORMATION
    Heartlab, Inc. of Westerly, RI, today announced the availability of its Remote Archive DVD library for data backup of cardiology images and information. Heartlab's Remote Archive provides hospitals with automated HIPAA-compliant patient data backup on industry-standard, DICOM-compliant DVD-R media
  • Smart Computing Article - Your Networked Media Center PC
    Second, the stored data is accessible from anywhere on the network. Now, you can certainly set up your PCs to share folders among each other, but in order to access those PCs, they have to be turned on. With a network storage system, only that device needs to be on. The result is greater
  • Computer Power User Article - X-ray Vision: Future Storage Technologies
    occurring among hard drive manufacturers and researchers may be aimed at the CE market, but computer users are sure to benefit, as well. Data storage technologies promise big advances in both hard drives and other storage media in the next several years. The current technology behind hard drives should
  • Smart Computing Article - How To Install . . .High-Capacity Storage Devices
    what's left of your storage space. You want more storage --actually, you want an unlimited storage capacity --but all the products on the market make it hard to decide which option is best. It's true; the market is saturated with high-capacity removable media drives for the average consumer. For more
  • Sputtering Targets and Sputtered Films: Technology and Markets
    targets reached an estimated $2.8 billion in 2007. A total of 1.28 million targets were projected to be consumed to deposit 1,217.7 million square meters of thin films for semiconductors, passive components, recording heads, flat panel displays, data storage media, wear and corrosion resistant
  • Smart Computing Article - Storage Devices
    May 2000 Vol.6 Issue 5 Page(s) 35 - 38 in print issue Add To My Personal Library Improve Access To Your Data & Decrease Your Risk Of Losing It Speaking of damaged disks, here are some tips for maintaining your hard drives, diskettes, and removable media. Because a drive's read-write head passes
  • Smart Computing Article - Drive & Storage Problem Solving
    Without being properly formatted, floppy disks cannot be read "Disk is not formatted. The disk in drive is not formatted. Do you want to format it now? " The disk you are trying to access either hasn't been prepared for use with your OS, or it has been damaged and the data can no longer be read
  • Study: Edges Of Magnetic Tape Key To Boosting Data Density
    step that could improve one of the worlds most popular data storage materials: magnetic tape. How a tape is cut in the factory plays a major role in how much data it can hold -- and

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