In a previous article, we explained the basics of what is RAID? and what the benefits are of using RAID configurations for your drives. We thought we’ll continue the theme and talk about the different RAID configurations out there. Not all RAID is equal. There are generally 6 different RAID configurations. 0,1,5,6 & 10. Each…Details
RAID stands for Redundant Array of Independent Disks It is typically associated with backup, but it is important to mention that it is not a backup solution in itself. People choose to configure their hard drives in RAID as it provides for better reliability and increases performance. RAID is where you have two or more…Details
This isn’t a paranoia piece, this is ensuring your eyes are open to flaws in your security you may have never looked at. I would say the chance of these compromises are slim but there is evidence to suggest otherwise. Have a look at our compromised from the inside infographic.