Late 2019 marked the beginning of another pandemic that almost brought the world to a standstill. The coronavirus slowly joined the world consciousness, and soon, the pandemic claimed millions of lives, affected the school system, and caused a global economic turmoil no one ever anticipated.
With the advancement in technology, the need to be wary of cyber security keeps growing. In today’s post, we take you through some of the tips for protecting yourself against ransomware.
You will agree with me that portable devices are not foolproof. At some point in time, these devices just fail for some reason. When such devices fail, essential data is often lost. As a bigger section of the population is working remotely, the need for having tech-savvy employees keeps growing. This will ensure that your employees can safely recover the hard drives whenever they fail.
Physical media damage, a.k.a physical damages to hard drives that can make data unrecoverable, is something every computer user should know about and take precautions against (especially if your profession requires you to work with sensitive information).
Data is data until it’s gone.
With every computer comes data storage: data that can be deleted, stolen, or corrupted. Technology has historically acted in unpredictable and nerve-racking ways:
People and businesses rely on smartphones more than computers these days. But what happens when things go wrong?
Solid-state disk drives (SSDs) are becoming more common in desktop and laptop computers. While SDDs serve the same purpose as hard disk drives (HDDs), there are some key differences in how they work.
There are various methods you can try to access data on an old computer when you have forgotten the password. If the operating system is Windows 10, it may be possible to reset the password if you remembered to create a password recovery DVD or USB app when you set up the computer.
Many people rely on their Android tablet or smartphone to perform a wide range of functions and for data storage. If you ever lost your tablet or phone, or it was accidentally damaged beyond repair, you know how devastating it can be to lose important data.
Hard drive crashes and something that you must face could happen. Whether you have a conventional SATA drive or a newer solid-state drive (SSD), you must remember, your hard drive is a complex piece of equipment. Sooner or later, they can and do wear out and crash.