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Solid State Wars: SATA vs. SAS SSD?

Most people know by now about the difference between hard disk drives (HDD) and solid-state drives (SSD). A classic HDD uses magnetic metal plates and small mechanical devices to read data while an SSD utilizes integrated circuits in the form of flash memory to store data – no moving parts, no magnetic plates. Generally speaking, … Continue reading

Head in the Clouds: Cloud Server vs. On-Premise?

As an IT advisor to clients throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth area, I frequently get asked these questions: What’s the real difference between on-premise servers and cloud servers? Which is better? Which should we be using? These are good questions to ask – but the answers to #2 and #3 are entirely subjective upon the business. … Continue reading

The 4 Thoughts of Highly Secure Users.

When it comes to IT security in the workplace, not all users are on the same page. Some are prepared to defend the integrity of their password to the death; others are ready to license it for appearance on a Goodyear blimp. Which mindset do you think is more conducive to a secure IT environment? … Continue reading

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Austin Thomé

Austin Thomé

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