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Computer memory experts predict the future of mobile phone storage
As it’s revealed that that Microsoft are set to release the Surface Phone with an impressive 256GB of internal storage, Data Memory Systems, a computer memory specialist in the US, has championed the news and predicted that mobile phones could soon be used to enhance customer experiences of laptops and tablets in a whole host of settings.
10th gen 10TB Enterprise HDD sparks data back-up concerns
With the release of Seagate's 10th gen 10TB Enterprise HDD last month, Data Memory Systems has reiterated the need for businesses to back up their data in order to avoid unexpected losses.
10TB helium-filled hard drive consumes less power
Helium-filled hard drives have been talked about for quite some time in the industry, however Seagate has recently announced that their new 10TB hard drive is filled with helium in order to give users superior performance. Data Memory Systems has championed the developments, signalling it as an innovation for the industry.
Stormy clouds ahead?
It has been announced by Apple that it will be introducing what it calls ‘Optimised Storage’; an updated version of the iCloud Drive that will automatically store Mac’s older documents in the cloud. Data Memory Systems is urging users to make sure they still back up their important files in order to make sure they are safe.
Biological developments made in computer memory
It has been announced by Microsoft, that they are buying ten million strands of DNA from biology start-up Twist Bioscience to investigate the use of genetic material to store data, Data Memory Systems, one of the leading computer memory specialists in the US, highlighted it as an innovation for the data memory industry.
Are Chromebooks the future of computing?
With the different models and totally different approach to computer memory, Data Memory Systems are attempting to discover whether Chromebooks really will be the huge hit that their manufacturers are anticipating. Data Memory Systems are asking whether Chromebooks really are the laptops of the future.
Back it up or you could lose everything!
Data Memory Systems has posed a question pertinent for almost all computer users: what would you do if your computer experienced an error and you suddenly found that all of your important files could not be recovered? With only 7% of computer users performing daily back ups, Data Memory Systems urges everyone to back up their system regularly to avoid all of their most precious data being lost due to an unpredictable error.
Tips to reduce Google Chrome RAM consumption
Google Chrome, one of the fastest and most popular internet browsers available, is constantly providing improvements and updates, and has the option to add extensions and plug-ins to the program to increase its functionality. All of these features have contributed to making it an excellent and efficient way to surf the net, but Data Memory Systems has discovered that many people are experiencing a lack of RAM memory when they use the prevalent br...
Could you diagnose your computer's memory problem?
Diagnosing computer memory issues is just about one of the toughest problems that computer users will ever face. The issue can stem from numerous different roots, and occasionally a computer’s BIOS might inform the user of the problems, but more often than not, it will be up to the user solely to turn detective and find what is causing the issues.
The retrieval guide for flash drives
Whether you use a 4GB drive for saving music or a 32GB drive for complete system back-ups, flash drives have quickly become the preferred storage device for people around the globe. They are now a vital computing device for many in business and domestic situations. But what happens when the flash drive fails, and what happens when an error prevents access to important data?
Crystal Memory that could outlive the human race
A computer memory crystal that has been designed in the UK could end up outliving the entire human race and survive for one million years without any information being lost, according to some experts. The memory crystal, which is an incredibly advanced form of computer memory, can store digital information across five dimensions: the three dimensions of space, and two extra dimensions facilitated by crystal lattice.
Apple: A Look Back In History
This week sees not only a landmark sale for Apple computers, but also the anniversary of one of their most ground-breaking products. The Apple I has been sold at auction this week to a German collector. The vintage device was not only Apple’s first offering to the computer industry; it was also the first fully-assembled computer to be sold in shops. One of the 200 original units produce in Steve Jobs’ parents’ garage has sold this week for ...