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Evolution of Flash Memory

July 1, 2014

Flash is a hot topic. Not Adobe Flash, which can’t be used on Apple iPods or iPads, but Flash memory that provides the storage capacity used inside those same gadgets. While Flash memory is not a new technology, disk has dominated the enterprise space for many years Source

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Data Storage Is On Everyone’s Mind. Is It On Yours?

June 22, 2014

Forty seven percent of Enterprises ranked data growth in their top three challenges. And the steady growth of file creation, and systems to save all of those files, shows no hint of a slowdown. Source

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Business Email Usage Statistics

April 24, 2014

Email is the modern day letter and people are writing them around the clock, whether it’s for business purposes or to keep family members up-to-date on their lives. This infographic focuses on five states with unique email user patterns and dissects what these statistics mean. Did your state make the cut? Source

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The Rise of E-Receipts and Paperless Storage

April 15, 2014

Today’s consumers get two to three receipts per day, but like so many other documents in the Web-connected world, paper receipts are going the way of the dodo. Today, we look at why consumers are increasingly opting to go paperless, the benefits e-receipts offer to shoppers and how Lemon.com is leading the charge for simpler […]

Data Storage

April 14, 2014

A data storage infographic showing how much 100 gigabytes of information actually is. Source

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The Evolution of File Storage

February 8, 2014

The illustration focuses heavily on how as storage devices have reduced in size, the actual amount of information that they can store has increased in size. For example, a large wax cylinder from the year 1880 could hold 7 minutes of audio information while a small modern IPod can hold 800-1000 hours of audio information. […]

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U.S. Data Consumption in One Day

February 6, 2014

As the richness of our media diet expands with high definition video, 12 megapixel photos, digital music collections, and streaming movies, we consume ever more data each day. This infographic shows a mixture of media that a hypothetical average U.S. citizen would have to consume to meet her daily quota. Source

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Visualizing Life in the Cloud

January 31, 2014

This infographic shows how our digital lives are becoming more and more integrated with the cloud through email, streaming video and music, mobile devices like phones and netbooks, and cloud services that help people access their data from anywhere. Source

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Physical Storage vs. Digital Storage

January 17, 2014

Recording information is an inherent part of our humanity. As we evolve, we create more efficient means of storing this information. Since the creation of computers, we have greatly increase our ability to store and access large quantites of information. Source

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The Open Cloud Platform

December 21, 2013

This infographic takes a look at cloud computing and the role it plays in our everyday lives. Source

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Smartphone Smackdown!

December 2, 2013

This infographic provides a comparison for the three lates smart phones in the market: the IPhone 4, HTC Evo, and the Droid Incredible. It compares them by size, memory space, battery, price, camera, apps among other things. The comparison helps to determine which smart phone is most suitable for you. Source

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Is Storage Holding Back Virtualization?

November 7, 2013

Tintri, a provider of VM-aware storage appliances, recently conducted a survey of 126 virtualization users to find out more, and the results were telling. While more than 63 percent of the respondents planned to be at least 75 percent virtualized by the end of 2012, only 36 percent indicated they were heavily virtualized today. Source