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    Storage Media: DVD-RW

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    Storage Media: DVD-RW The evolution of faster computers and larger computer programs has made it necessary to develop newer and faster ways to store large masses of data. Constant advances from 5 ¼ inch floppies, to 3 ½ inch floppies, to high capacity floppies, to zip drives, to CD-RW drives make it seem like by the time you upgrade, the technology is already obsolete. So what is the near future of storage media. The newest storage media that is rapidly advancing on the CD-RW is the DVD-RW

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    unnecessary items that Americans people have, which sometimes could be a critical aspect that defines their identity. In fact, many people who experience such dilemma, have particularly rented self-storage room, which helps them to accumulate and save all their valuable possessions. In the article “The Self-Storage,” by Jon Moallem,

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    Storage Virtualization

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    Storage Virtualization Introduction: Topic of the Article is Virtualization. Articles approach is Informational. In 2005, Virtualization is the technology that took hold in the Enterprise. Virtualization is software that allows a piece of hardware to run multiple operating system images at once. The software moved from test and development and into the data center faster than anyone imagined, including the experts. And while there are sure to be some bumps in the road in 2006 as the technology

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    History and Future of Music Storage Methods

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    History and Future of Music Storage Methods Music is all around us. It is interesting to see the progress of technology in music and how it has shaped our culture. Wax Cylinders Wax cylinders (vinyl) have a mechanical method of recording and playing music. The data on the cylinder is stored linearly. It senses the transducer signal (vibrations) of the record and transmits it to a diaphragm. Sound was recorded onto a tin foil cylinder when the idea of a phonograph was first conceived

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    Mass Storage (defined)

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    A Mass Storage Device can be defined as: Any device used to supply relatively inexpensive storage for large amounts of data. A sort of jukebox for optical disks or tape cartridges. A mass storage unit can automatically load any disc or tape in its library to provide quick access to vast quantities of information. (Computer Dictionary, Third Edition by Donald Spence, Camelot Publishing) The text written for this paper will utilize several kilobytes of storage space. Several pictures are included

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    Storage Technology

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    from being the size of an entire room to something that can be held in your hand. They have also become a main source of storage. The need for storage has grown by leaps and bounds as more types and amounts of data are transferred and stored. Words, images, streaming video are all types of storage that are being housed on networks today. One of the earliest forms of data storage was the punch card. Punch cards were perforated paper that stored patterns that were used on cloth to make designs. They

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    Magnetic Storage Essay

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    History and Development The primary computer storage medium, before the introduction of magnetic storage, was punch cards. These were paper cards on which holes were punched to indicate binary data invented by Herman Hollerith in the late nineteenth century. In June 1949, a group of scientists and engineers in IBM began working on creating a new storage device that would soon revolutionize the industry. May 21, 1952 marked the transition from punched-card calculators to electronic computers as IBM

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    Data And Storage

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    There are many aspects of computing that are important: accuracy of data input, convenience and quality of output, optimal storage devices, and processing speed of a computer. What are all these things and what are the best methods or types? Data Input Fundamental to accuracy of data input is assurance that the information system will be able to properly automate the collection of information and that the end-user is aware of and understands how information should be recorded. Stair and Reynolds

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    documents which can then be stored, sent, or read in many different file types such as a .pdf format. This method greatly reduces the time it would take for a person to manually type all the information using a keyboard as well as reducing the storage space it would take to store the paper documents. DATA

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    Optical Storage Mediums

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    Optical Storage Mediums The most common way of storing data in a computer is magnetic. We have hard drives and floppy disks (soon making way to the CD-ROM), both of which can store some amount of data. In a disk drive, a read/write head (usually a coil of wire) passes over a spinning disk, generating an electrical current, which defines a bit as either a 1 or a 0. There are limitations to this though, and that is that we can only make the head so small, and the tracks and sectors so close

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