Know Your NAND Flash Technology

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Purchasing an SSD that best fits your needs can be tricky. There are considerations for storage capacity, brand, and NAND flash types. In discussing how NAND flash technology affects solid-state storage performance, you will learn the acronyms involved, and gain an understanding about the pros and cons for each type.

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How to Plan Your Windows 7 to Windows 10 Upgrade

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With Windows 7 end of support coming on January 14, 2020, upgrading from Windows 7 to Windows 10 is quickly becoming an urgent matter. That is when Microsoft will stop issuing security patches for Windows 7, and upgrading becomes a matter of security for your business-critical systems and sensitive data.

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The SMB Guide to Smart Devices and IoT 2019

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Given the esoteric nature of the topic, it is easy to misunderstand IoT as something only affecting enterprises with vast IT resources and access to cutting edge technology. While you likely understand that IoT means things like smart sensors and automated devices capable of remote control over the Internet, the term might be problematic when it comes to which connected smart devices would address the goals of your small business.

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Computer Monitor Buying Guide 2019

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Considering how much time office workers spend in front of a screen, selecting the right computer monitor impacts productivity. In this monitor buying guide, we discuss the important specifications and latest display trends so you know which monitor best fits your needs. Any time you buy a computer monitor—really any piece of technology equipment—first ask, what’s the use? The answer to that question determines most specifications right out front and makes buying a computer monitor much more straightforward.

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Small Business Server Buying Guide 2019

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Once a small business has scaled beyond two or three personnel, likely it’s time to buy a server computer for the office. Depending on the context, the term “server” may refer to server hardware, software, or the functionality of either or both. As with any equipment purchase, the logical place to start is with one simple question: what problem do you want the server to solve?

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