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In-Camera Wi-Fi: Illustrious Future and Some Minor Flaws Today

Mon, Jun 30, 2014   02:39 PM 5 Comments

As cameras with built-in Wi-Fi units are not available in big quantities until recently, the technology of wireless transfer itself was existed a long time before, through external modules or  Eye-Ficards. But in modern times a camera with Wi-Fi looks not like a strategic marketing move, too. It seems strange as mobile phones equipped by Wi-Fi modules, for example, were true hit of a time when these units appeared. Ten years ago, a phrase like “Not to mention about this cell phone but IT HAS WI-FI!” can agitate a lot of users. But photographers dreaming about their perfect cameras are somewhat proof to this syndrome. By what?!

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Choosing Data Storage Media for Backing up Personal Photo Archives

Fri, Mar 21, 2014   05:26 PM 21 Comments

Any digital-era photographer meet up many times a situation when all the standard media in photographer’s computer units are full and can receive no more precious graphic files. This is awful. And much more awful things emerge when you just spent two or three hours flushing your photos to CDs or DVDs and sometimes later you discover that all the backup session was lost due to technical problems. Into a photographer’s point-of-view (and the art of photography itself) any shoot is unique; when it lost, the moment of life can be lost, too, and for the photographer, these moments can be very long, as any shoot must be firstly taken and then processed… It is not to be mentioned material and financial losses in case of once-in-life travel or, especially, of the commercial photography!

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Backup Photo Archives and Photo Studio Workflow

Thu, Feb 13, 2014   01:16 PM 17 Comments

The age of DSLRs and EVILs carrying 16 Mpix or so on board the keeping of a complete photo archive can be a real headache. Just by the size of current graphic files the overall storage capacity required by archives can easily exceed not only a typical laptop drive but the most advanced home NAS as well. And we photo pros, maniacs and even pixel-counters know well that every single shot made is unique and deserve to be kept. Even the technically imperfect shot can be a masterpiece of art some day! And the family archive or travel photos from some exotic places can revive dearest moments of our life must be safeguarded forever, as the memory must live eternally. Continue reading…

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What’s VDI & Will It Benefit Your Business?

Wed, May 22, 2013   02:39 PM 4 Comments

Are you considering to use VDI in business? You should read an article of a pro on this issue, Jared Jacobs.

Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) is a virtualization procedure allowing one or multiple physical devices to access a virtualized desktop that is hosted on a remote service over the Internet. VDI functions by storing operating system preferences, software applications, documents and other customized data on a server.   Continue reading…

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Determining Your Computer Backup Needs

Mon, Apr 29, 2013   01:25 PM 18 Comments

Todd Smith wrote an amazing article why it is so important to find backup software that is worth the money.

In this digital age, it is very important to make sure that your files are backed up and protected. Because no matter how diligent you are, nor how good your virus protection software is, there is always a small chance of corruption or loss of data. Continue reading…

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