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Can the Cloud Keep up with the Disruption of COVID-19?

Western Digital Blog – 10.19.20

As the world was scrambling to adjust to the new COVID-19 reality, cloud usage has been indisputably soaring.[1] It seems like no matter how many video meetings, streaming binges or viral dance challenges we throw at it, the cloud never says no. While many feared that the sudden increase in activity would cause the internet to break, or that cloud outages would prevail, the cloud has proven largely resilient.[2]

Source: Can the Cloud Keep up with the Disruption of COVID-19?

OWC’s Flex 8 Thunderbolt Storage Makes a Difference One Story at a Time

OWC Blog – 10.1.20 (9.25.20)

We all know that video is the most powerful way to tell a person’s, organization’s, or community’s story. For years, access to use powerful video storytelling tools was outside the capabilities of anyone who wasn’t a professional willing to invest tens of thousands of dollars.

Source: OWC’s Flex 8 Thunderbolt Storage Makes a Difference One Story at a Time

OWC’s Flex 8 Thunderbolt Storage Makes a Difference One Story at a Time

OWC Blog – 9.28.20

We all know that video is the most powerful way to tell a person’s, organization’s, or community’s story. For years, access to use powerful video storytelling tools was outside the capabilities of anyone who wasn’t a professional willing to invest tens of thousands of dollars.

Source: OWC’s Flex 8 Thunderbolt Storage Makes a Difference One Story at a Time

It’s 2020. Take Control of Your Data.

Amber Blog – 7.30.20 (7.29.20)

Where do you keep your data? If you’re like most people, you probably store it in a variety of places. Maybe you have a Google Photos account to save your favorite vacation images (or selfies–no judgment!). You probably have some docs saved to DropBox or OneDrive. Oh, and you might have an external hard drive or two filed with some of your most important memories.

Source: It’s 2020. Take Control of Your Data.

How Remote Life Fast-Tracked Connected Technology

WD Blog – 7.22.20

Today’s connected technology has played a key role in helping us manage the crisis brought by the novel coronavirus. The abrupt growth in working and studying from home and the significant increases in online activities from households are pushing data demands to new heights. It has also given rise to new technologies and accelerated others dramatically. Some of these changes will continue beyond this pandemic, helping specific technologies and use cases evolve even further. Let’s take a closer look.

Source: How Remote Life Fast-Tracked Connected Technology

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