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Block Level Storage Vs File Level Storage

10th April 2012
In order to distinguish between Block Level Storage Vs File level storage, let us first focus on what is Block level storage, as it can make things easier to understand. In the Computing terms, a Block, which is used for data storage, is a progression of ... Read >
Author: Pradeep Jagan

File Handling In ASCII And Binary File

25th October 2011
Abstractly, a file is a collection of bytes stored on a secondary storage device, which is generally a disk of some kind. The collection of bytes may be interpreted, for example, as characters, words, lines, paragraphs and pages from a textual document; f... Read >
Author: Pankaj

London Man and Van to offer end-to-end moving services

12th May 2011
London Man and Van offers services at cost-effective rates. We offer total solutions to address your moving, removal and storage requirements in hassle free environment. We have the capability to offer man and van services anywhere in London. We unders... Read >
Author: manandvan22

IBM TS3200 Library Supports The High Capacity LTO5 Tape Cartridges

18th April 2011
Competitive business environment, new data retention legislations, heightened security concerns and exponential data growth has amplified the data storage needs. IBM is a world-leading expert in backup tape media, drive and library solutions. IBM TS3200 l... Read >
Author: Shawn

How to recover BKF data when Catalog files are missing

31st January 2011
The backup data maintained by the user is quite useful in case of disastrous data loss event. Backup is the vital method using which one can help in retaining original user data and make the situation less troublesome. Now, the prime use of backup is to r... Read >
Author: Hale Robust

Stop Error Message Interrupts Windows Partition Extending Process

09th June 2010
Microsoft Windows 2003 Server is a popular and advanced server operating system by Microsoft Windows. It includes a wide range of features, which make it more reliable, stable, and business-oriented. One such feature is to facilitate partition extending. ... Read >
Author: k madhav

10 X 12 Shed Or Lean To Shed-Which Should You Go For?

30th April 2010
When it comes to solving your storage solutions there are a huge number of choices available to you including a pretty standard lean to shed, a 10 X 12 storage shed or perhaps a more ambitious project involving barn building plans. This article looks at m... Read >
Author: Garden Shed Plans

Moving to Electronic Medical Records – Pros and Cons

22nd June 2009
If you've been to a new doctor's office lately, you may have had the experience of having the medical assistant use a computer to record all of your symptoms and complaints. It's also quite likely that the doctor also used a computer to make his or her no... Read >
Author: davis
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