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What is Edge Storage?
An overview of edge storage, including what is it, its business case, and what it can do for filmmakers and others generating data at the edge.
Understanding the Differences between Online Storage, Nearline Storage, and Offline Storage
Many different terms exist when describing the array of available digital storage options. But all storage options and technologies for video production fall under one of three basic categories: Online storage, nearline storage, or offline storage.
NAS vs. RAID Storage Differences
Have big files? You may be considering NAS vs. RAID. But what's the difference? We explore the advantages, disadvantages, and use cases for each.
MacOS Ends Support for Dropbox Sync Folders on External Drives
You can no longer store Dropbox sync folders on external drives with the latest MacOS update. Learn how this will affect your large file workflow.
How to Back-Up An External Drive to the Cloud
You can never have too many backups; losing an essential file because your storage failed or you ran out of space is not an option.
How Artificial Intelligence Helps (and Hurts) Filmmaking
An exploration of AI’s impact on filmmaking and video production, along with an analysis of the benefits and downsides to the technology.
How Big Will Video Files Get?
Video files have ballooned in size over the past decade with no signs of slowing. Read why as we examine how big video files will get.
What is the Difference Between File Storage, Object Storage, and Block Storage?
Learn the difference between file storage vs. object storage vs. block storage — with pros and cons of each storage type and specific use cases.
What Is File Sharing Encryption?
The purpose of file encryption is to hide the contents of the data from everyone except its intended recipient. It uses encryption algorithms and a file encryption key shared between the sender and recipient.
What is Bonded Internet? Combine Internet Connections
Trying to send raw footage over the internet on a single Wi-Fi connection? To get that file moving, you need faster internet speeds, which is where bonded internet connections can come in handy. And bonded internet is when two or more separate internet connections join to combine their speeds and create a single, much faster pipe.