Spectre & Meltdown

Chuck Guzis cclist at sydex.com
Thu Jan 4 20:45:46 CST 2018

On 01/04/2018 05:50 PM, TeoZ via cctalk wrote:
> Hard drives NEVER keep up. Bragging about how many DVD's (90's
> technology) you can store on current HD means little to people who have
> ultra HD Blueray videos that take up to 100GB of space. Heck even a
> single game download can be 50GB these days.

In my case, it's mostly a matter of the following:

What can't I afford to lose?   This falls into the following general ares:

1.  Customer data (kept offline anyway, as it can be sensitive)
2.  Code I have written and would be hard put to reconstruct.
3.  Documentation that would be difficult to find again.
4.  Emails.
5.  Business records

The rest I can afford to lose and could be duplicated if needed.

This model has served me well for at least 40 years.


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