Technology, IT Memory and Back-up Equipment
29th January, 2020

Computer memory is a temporary storage area, which holds the data and instructions that the Central Processing Unit (the brain of the computer) needs. Before a program can run, the program is loaded from some storage medium into the memory. This allows the CPU direct access to the computer program, without this it is impossible for a computer to function.

For businesses it is crucial for IT managers to stay up to date with the latest technologies, especially with storage memory, this is required due to millions of files being exchange on daily basis. These newer technologies are less prone to defect and have a longer life span due to the efficient use of virtual memory which allows these models to be manufactured with no moving parts. Another key benefit with this generation’s storage memory is the significant decrease in loading, sending and recovering data, all of which allow businesses to become more efficient. Recent research shows that key vendors including Toshiba, Quantum, SanDisk, Kingston and Seagate have all done public research to evolve popular memory solutions. These tests mainly focused on hard drives, solid straight drives, RAM, USB and M.2.

Uninterruptible power supply (UPS) systems provide backup power in case of outages and protect against power surges, which do not just damage computer hardware but also make you lose unsaved data. Planting them for Wi-Fi routers and modems allows you to stay connected to the internet in what is typically a confusing time. An uninterruptible power supply (UPS) offers guaranteed power protection for connected electronics. When power is interrupted or fluctuates outside of safety levels, an uninterruptible power supply (UPS) will instantly provide clean battery backup power and surge protection for plugged-in, sensitive equipment.