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Telesure Lane

Auto & General Park

Telesure Lane

Randburg

2055

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.9803685

28.0138512

Sponsored

insurance companies

33 Riley Rd

Pinewood Office Park

Riley Rd

Sandton

2191

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.0407435

28.073244

Unit 4

Prosperity Business Park

Unit 4

Sandton

2128

Gauteng

South Africa

Norwich Clse

Norfolk House

Norwich Clse

Sandton

2196

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.10456

28.04878

29 Keyes Av

Keyes Av

Johannesburg

2196

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.1417

28.03592

Computer Media Storage

One of the most important things to remember when working with computers is to constantly back-up your information. This information should be stored on devices that are separate from your working device, be it a laptop, a desktop computer, or a hand held iPad.
 
In order to do this many people use a number of different storage devices. Media storage devices are pieces of hardware that stores application and user information. These devices can be anything from a flash drive, to a CD rom, or a mobile hard-drive. Most devices have a built-in outlet on the device which can easily connect to another device. They also have the same basic programming which allows for the transfer of data and other media from device to device.
 
Depending on the amount of data one needs to store, different storage devices may be needed. A 1 terabyte hard drive can store a lot more information compared to a 2 gigabyte memory stick, commonly known as a flash drive. This is because the manufacturer has designed these devices with different capabilities. One of the latest trends in storing data is the cloud system where information is stored on a number of servers. These machines are usually located away from the computer or the digital device being used. It is usually owned and managed by a hosting company which sometimes charges a fee for performing this service.
 
No matter what type of media storage device one chooses, one should always ensure that the information is free of any viruses, and is password protected against unauthorised access.
 
For more information about computer media storage options visit the Yellowpages website.

Computer Media Storage

One of the most important things to remember when working with computers is to constantly back-up your information. This information should be stored on devices that are separate from your working device, be it a laptop, a desktop computer, or a hand held iPad.
 
In order to do this many people use a number of different storage devices. Media storage devices are pieces of hardware that stores application and user information. These devices can be anything from a flash drive, to a CD rom, or a mobile hard-drive. Most devices have a built-in outlet on the device which can easily connect to another device. They also have the same basic programming which allows for the transfer of data and other media from device to device.
 
Depending on the amount of data one needs to store, different storage devices may be needed. A 1 terabyte hard drive can store a lot more information compared to a 2 gigabyte memory stick, commonly known as a flash drive. This is because the manufacturer has designed these devices with different capabilities. One of the latest trends in storing data is the cloud system where information is stored on a number of servers. These machines are usually located away from the computer or the digital device being used. It is usually owned and managed by a hosting company which sometimes charges a fee for performing this service.
 
No matter what type of media storage device one chooses, one should always ensure that the information is free of any viruses, and is password protected against unauthorised access.
 
For more information about computer media storage options visit the Yellowpages website.
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