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At its most basic, a Network Attached Storage device (NAS) is a single or multi-bay system that can share files among multiple systems, whether over a wired or wireless network connection. While most NAS devices are used largely for storage and sharing files, their capabilities stretch far beyond. A NAS may also be used as a multimedia server via UPnP and DLNA protocols to share and stream audio...
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Save money. That’s the goal of everyone, whether you’re running a small business, working for a huge corporation, or simply setting up your own home office. And while the world becomes increasingly more digital, where business can be conducted via emails, there will be certain instances in which a hard copy is required. Now, when you think of printers, you probably think of all the costs, such as...
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With companies stretching across the world, sending emails or juggling conference calls isn’t always the most effective way for a large group of people, spread out at different locations, to work together toward a common goal. You could always send team members across the globe for face-to-face meetings; however, this level of communication can be expensive and time consuming. To optimize...
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Rack-mountable servers are the backbone of many corporations, data centers, and creative environments such as video-editing studios; so, taking care of them is vital and beneficial. With enterprise-class server systems costing thousands of dollars, it’s important to maximize your investment with accessories that provide ease of use during daily workflows. Thankfully, companies like StarTech offer...
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The phrase “SD card” is one that tends to be used, in a general sense, to describe SD, SDHC, and SDXC cards. However, there are differences between these cards, so what are they? Which card is best for you, your camera, and your style of shooting? Or, maybe you’re just looking to expand the storage of your smartphone or tablet. To help simplify some of these questions, we decided it would be a...
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Following the soft launch of AMD’s Ryzen processors, based on the AM4 architecture, word has spread quickly about their performance, price, and availability. Slated to be released on March 2, these CPUS are aiming for the throne currently held by the Intel® Core™ i7 line. CyberPowerPC, a pre-built system retail company, has already outfitted a few of its models, such as the Gamer Master series...
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Thunderbolt™ 3 is a technology that was developed by Intel® and utilizes the reversible USB Type-C connector. It delivers bi-directional data transfer speeds up to 40 Gb/s and supports 10 Gb/s USB 3.1, eight lanes of DisplayPort 1.2, four lanes of PCIe Gen 3, and more—all using one connector. While it may not be entirely widespread yet, Thunderbolt 3 is gaining traction, and is being included in...
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When we take it upon ourselves to establish a career, our ultimate dream is to work from home. Many of us (myself included) who find it amenable to work from home know that it is a lot harder than it sounds. On paper, you think all you need is a good computer, a reliable printer, and Internet service. Those of us in the home-office trenches know that—although these are good places to start—there...
by John-Paul Palescandolo and Patrick Chiang
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There are three stages to the film-making process: pre-production, production, and post-production. Pre-production involves work done on a film or broadcast program before full-scale production begins, and production is the act of shooting a project on film or digital media. Post-production refers to work done on a film or television show after shooting (production) has taken place, and is a...
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Preparing for a meeting or presentation can be exhausting, and after going through your mental list of things to bring, you suddenly realize that you wish you had a better bag to store your belongings. Like most people, you’ve probably got one bag for clothes, one bag for your notebook and peripherals, and another bag for everything else. For people who like to keep things organized separately,...
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You sit on the precipice of starting your own business. You have your business model all set to go, you have all your work computers set up, but you have yet to develop the most important aspect of any modern-day business—the network. What many consider to be the most crucial aspect of any business, the network, is the backbone of your business, your gateway to the World Wide Web; without it you...
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As 2-in-1 notebook computers grow in popularity, manufacturers continue to enhance their touchscreen capabilities to improve their user experience. Regardless of whether the 2-in-1 is in laptop, tent, or tablet mode, these systems are designed to be user-friendly, allowing you to view and use them as needed. Lenovo has taken the traditional 2-in-1 design a step further by removing the physical...
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With so many different connector types on our laptops and desktops nowadays, such as Thunderbolt™ and Lightning, navigating through the minefield of ports has become quite frightening. Therefore, we thought it would be a good idea to go over one of the newest, most capable interfaces, Thunderbolt 3, with a simple infographic that lays out the basics.
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With ATTO you can stream your content in real time, which greatly enhances your workflow. ATTO Advanced Data Streaming technology is found in ATTO host bus adapters (HBAs) and RAID hardware, and offers high-speed data streaming, which is great for data and editing collaboration. The portable ThunderLink NQ from ATTO makes it easy to streamline workflows by connecting your Thunderbolt™ 3 notebook...
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Capture 4K content from a drone, take RAW photos in burst mode, or even record and store multiple files simultaneously from a 360-degree camera with the new 1900X UHS-II microSDXC Memory Card from Delkin Devices. This memory card is available in 64GB and...

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