If you noticed that your Mac is running low on storage space, follow these troubleshooting tips on how to fix when macOS system data is huge.
Rumors Suggest iPhone 14 Pro Series to Start with 128GB Model Despite Price Increase
Rumors suggest that the iPhone 14 Pro series will start with a 128GB storage model despite the possibility of price hikes.
Data Storage Company Drobo Files Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
Reports indicate that storage firm Drobo has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. The company is planning to reorganize.
OWC Releases Thunderbolt Dual Bay U.2 for Desktop Storage
OWC released the Mercury Pro U.2 Dual which offers up to 16TB of storage for creative pros, small office/home office users, and students.
Security Friday: Protected Photo Tips – TMO Daily Observations 2021-05-14
Andrew Orr joins host Kelly Guimont to discuss Security Friday news and tips on how to store a photo (like a photo of a vaccination card).
CES 2021: BIWIN Launches New Biwintech Brand of Storage Products
Storage product manufacturer BIWIN used CES 2021 to announce that it is launching a new performance-based memory and SSD brand – Biwintech.
Apple Watch Series 5 Starts With 32GB of Storage
Amazingly, the Apple Watch Series 5 will start at 32GB of storage, doubling the Series 4 storage point of 16GB.
At 32GB of storage for both GPS and Cellular models, the Apple WatchSeries 5 offers double the storage of the previous Series 4 models. Apple may have increased the storage in the new device due to the Apple Watch App Store that’s available in watchOS 6, set to be released on September 19.
Now if only watchOS 6 had the Files app so I could store a copy of my data on it.
TMO Background Mode Interview with Backblaze Director of Product Marketing Skip Levens
Skip Levens is currently the Director of Product Marketing at Backblaze, the cloud storage and backup company. He’s very experienced in brand marketing and technology evangelism. Skip is a former U.S. Marine. After leaving the Marines, Skip went to work for Alain Pinel, a real estate company that embraced the NeXT computer, and that launched his successful crusade to work for Apple. We chatted about Skip’s work at Apple in early internet technologies, then Developer Relations that involved him with supercomputers. We explored the rise and fall of Apple’s Xserve and Xserve RAID as well as the evolution of his expertise in storage technology at Active Storage, Quantum, Symply Storage and now Backblaze. You can’t have more geek fun than this show.
What's the Difference Between a Data Backup and an Archive?
These are two different methods and we’ll explain the differences, as well as which method is best for your needs.