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).
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.
Solid-state drives (SSDs) are becoming more popular as storage devices in computers and other electronic devices. While SSDs have been around for several years, it is only in the past year or so that the price of this technology has started to decline and become more affordable. As such, more people are upgrading to SSDs.
Technology is a wonderful thing when it works correctly. Fortunately, our devices give us ample warning signs that they are getting ready to fail. When they do, it is important to take steps to avoid data loss. Otherwise, if you don’t, you may need to rely on a data recovery service to attempt to recover data on the failed device – which isn’t always a guarantee it can be retrieved. read more
When it comes to our smartphones, tablets, and computers, we upgrade these regularly. During the time we use the devices, we tend to collect a lot of data, music, videos, pictures, and other files we do not want to lose. To ensure you do not lose any of your data, let’s take a look at some effective ways on how to safely transfer data to your new device. read more
Gaming systems today have essentially become a type of computer. While gaming consoles have not reached the stage where they are easily susceptible to viruses and malware, like other devices, there are still ways hackers attempt to gain access. One of the most popular methods is to attack online gaming accounts. read more
Our reliance on touchscreens has grown exponentially over the past several years. From smartphones and tablets to touchscreen laptops and desktop computers, we have grown accustomed to tapping the screen for various apps, tasks, and other functions. read more