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RAID Hard Drive Technology

In the second part of his three-part series, Murph examines the most common form of networking of QuickBooks for ProAdvisors – the Client-Server configuration using both Windows and Linux Database Servers. more

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Okay, what you really want to know is which drive will run QuickBooks the best and, can you afford it? Here's the lowdown. more

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The Computer from Hell

When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth. more

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This article concludes our series on RAID systems, by looking at one case example (my own) of when RAIDs fail, and also discussing the value and additional requirements to safeguard your data.. more

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In this edition we look at RAID 6, RAID 0+1, and RAID 10 (also knows as RAID 1+0) arrays as well as 'hardware' (RAID Controller) and 'software' based RAID configurations. more

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In this mini-series, we will examine the advantages and disadvantages of RAID disk arrays, and also discuss what happens when a RAID array fails. more

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Each year the Data Detective makes a Christmas Wish List hoping that Santa will bring him lots of goodies.... more

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