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Free ebook: Intro to Removable Drives (Updated!)

Posted on March 13, 2017 by H.G. Blakeman

What is a removable drive? Removable drives are a very cost-effective and safe way to manage data for security, transport, and backup. To explain the utility of removables in greater detail, we put together – and updated – this free ebook that explains everything you need to know.

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CRU to make HIMSS17 conference rounds

Posted on February 16, 2017 by Chris Kruell

We are excited to participate in the annual Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society conference, #HIMSS17, in Orlando next week, Feb. 19-23. This is where the best and the brightest in the world of health care IT get together to discuss various issues and trends. One trend that will never go away is how to work with data privacy and security.

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Digital investigation firm trusts CRU storage

Posted on February 14, 2017 by H.G. Blakeman

CRU WiebeTech digital forensics tools are relied on all around the world for data capture. Investigators use our products to clone or study hard drives, but they also use our storage products to securely store the data they capture.

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Employee education is key to cybersecurity

Posted on February 13, 2017 by Chris Kruell

We spend a lot of money to secure our information. In fact, cybersecurity is one of the globe’s fastest-growing industries. According to Gartner, IT security spending will top $81.6 billion for 2016, an increase of 7.9 percent over 2015, and that market is expected to more than double in just three years.

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Need for storage solutions expands as computers and devices get smaller

Posted on January 25, 2017 by Chris Kruell

Laptops and PCs continue to shrink, but storage space has never been so tight. With higher resolutions becoming widely available, video, photo and music files are growing even larger. And what do you do with all these massive files if you want to keep them backed up?

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Cybersecurity task force tips could help others as well as Trump administration

Posted on January 9, 2017 by Chris Kruell

Cybersecurity, always important and always an IT focus, became quite the topical issue during – and after – the election cycle. And there are some takeaways for individuals, organizations, businesses and agencies – as well as for President-elect Donald Trump – from the 34-page report released Jan. 5 by the Center for Strategic and International Studies titled “From Awareness to Action: A Cybersecurity Agenda for the 45th President.”

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The DataPort 27 experience: a removable drive in every computer

Posted on December 29, 2016 by H.G. Blakeman

Our new DataPort 27 offers a powerful and simple experience for transporting, managing, and securing data. This slim removable drive fits in most optical bays, making it versatile and easily installed in workstations, desktops, and laptops.

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Encrypt and transport data in a few easy steps

Posted on October 14, 2016 by H.G. Blakeman

CRU removable drives are relied upon for data transport and data security. Used in conjunction with our RTX external hard drives and RAX rackmount enclosures, our removables enable government agencies, businesses, and creative professionals to transport and secure terabytes of data.

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CRU removable drives make locking up data simple

Posted on September 19, 2016 by H.G. Blakeman

CRU's removable drives make it easy to lock up your data. Our DataPort 27 – designed for use in laptops and other small form factor PCs – offers fast backup storage, as well as an elegant and reliable solution for data transport and data security.

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CRU has a storage option for everyone

Posted on September 15, 2016 by H.G. Blakeman

CRU's removable drives have been looked to for data security and data transport for decades. Additionally, CRU's external hard drives, desktop storage, and professional photo backup equipment are trusted by worldclass photographers, videographers, and creative professionals to protect terabytes and terabytes of work.

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